Inside Higher Ed: The Uberfication of the University

By Scott Jaschik
Inside Higher Ed

The Uberfication of the University (Gary Hall)How much do Uber, Airbnb and other elements of the "sharing economy" explain the state of higher education? Quite a lot, according to Gary Hall, professor of media and performing arts at Coventry University, in Britain. He outlines his views in The Uberfication of the University, a short book (55 pages) published as part of the University of Minnesota Press Forerunners series on new ideas. 

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