Case Example of Cultural Trends Coming Out of Utah to Reroute the Future of Higher Education Distance Learning for Millennials
In 2019, the Millennial population will overtake the Boomer population by 1 million. Due to this generational shift, new adaptations in higher education distance learning will need to happen since Millennials have distinctive learning preferences. This paper presents the state of Utah as a case example of multilateral cultural trends set by Millennials that educators and leaders in other states and countries may use to reroute the future of higher education distance learning for a predominating Millennial generation.
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