The first is the opportunities offered by the model to the institution; namely exploring the balance between the student centred approach and the necessities of economies of scale required by an organisation funded by the public purse. The second is the importance of what can be understood as cultural capital (Bourdieu 1983) focusing on students who may find an adapted and scaffolded curriculum enables them to settle quickly into what may be a ‘new, cold climate’ (Sinfield et al 2004). The final outcome is a framework of what is possible in terms of developing inclusive pr...
- Chapter 1: Diversity and Design
- from Impact of E-Business Technologies on Public and Private Organizations
- Publisher: IGI Global
- Released: March 2011
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