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New Crunch

New Crunch & What to do About It
Quotes: “Many colleges and universities are experiencing severe financial pressures – most notably at some state college and university systems. We are already seeing staff cuts in professional development and some unprecedented budget cuts for technology support… In these newly difficult times – the New Crunch — we need cost-effective approaches to improving teaching and learning with technology. Here are my candidates, with more explanation below.”

  1. Collaboration

  2. Student Assistants
  3. Compassionate Pioneers
  4. Low-Threshold Activities
  5. Selective Clusters of Resources
  6. Useful Feedback
  7. Accommodating Disabilities
  8. Building and Maintaining the Foundation
  9. Selective Outsourcing
  10. Not Sacrificing What Matters Most