On the Horizon: Volume 28 Issue 1


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Curriculum and instruction: pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning with Twitter in higher education

Benjamin Gleason, Stefania Manca

While the ubiquity of social media as a mode of communication, collaboration, connection and creativity has been widely adopted in journalism, entertainment, healthcare and…


Social entrepreneurship in Russia and Asia: further development trends and prospects

Elena G. Popkova, Bruno S. Sergi

This paper aims to determine the trends and prospects of the development of social entrepreneurship in Russia and Asian countries.

Contested ideas and possible futures for the university

Maree Conway

This study aims to identify and explore the nature of ideas of the university in the present to demonstrate how the ideas both enable and constrain the emergence of its possible…

Education futures: balancing the familiar and the unknown

Katherine Prince

This paper reflects on the author’s experience of an education foundation’s developing a robust and nationally recognized futures studies practice over a period of 14 years. In so…

Developing innovation pedagogy approach

Taru Konst (e. Penttilä), Liisa Kairisto-Mertanen

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the concept of a pedagogical strategy called innovation pedagogy and examine how it has been and will be developed. The paper is an…

Significant learning experiences and implied students

David Starr-Glass

This paper reflects on and seeks to reconcile and to consolidate two bodies of literature. The first deals with course design in higher education, particularly with efforts to…


Forecasting the impacts of the “future of work” on universities: a sociological perspective

Roger Pizarro Milian, Scott Davies

The purpose of this study is to analyse the prospective impact of the future of work on universities.

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