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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES
The world is changing, and fast. The “widening, deepening and speeding up of connections across national borders” is transforming the way we live and work (OECD, 2016). The growing demand to participate in higher education and to leverage its benefits for individuals and society is changing what, where, when and how we learn. The impacts of societal challenges, previously easily ignored, now flow easily and quickly between and across boundaries with positive and negative effects. Whether we recognise it or not, we are all global citizens, moving across countries and borders, and connected to each other through trade and technology.
E. Hazelkorn (2017) What Does Global Higher Education Mean for University Leaders? Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, UK. https://www.lfhe.ac.uk/en/research-resources/publications-hub/leadership-insights/leadership-insights-detail/what-does-global-higher-education-mean-for-university-leaders.cfm#activecontainer