The EvoLLLution® is an online newspaper exclusively for and by those who understand higher education best. We publish articles and interviews by individuals across the postsecondary space sharing their insights on higher education and their opinions on what the future holds for the industry—all through a uniquely non-traditional lens.
Individuals everywhere are retooling, reorganizing and rethinking their way into the 21st century. However, for years, the true innovators in the postsecondary space have been working independently; siloed and unable to communicate with one another.
Modern Campus creates software for non-traditional higher education divisions and is passionate about fostering world-class customer engagement between learners and educators. For years, the Modern Campus team was constantly finding themselves in animated conversations with continuing education leaders and practitioners brimming with innovative ideas, but lacking a platform to disseminate them beyond their immediate circle. Modern Campus founded The EvoLLLution as a means of bringing together the individuals responsible for their division’s success.
With over 60,000 monthly visitors, The EvoLLLution has become the go-to source for opinions and information on non-traditional higher education. What makes us unique is that we do not have a staff of reporters or writers. Instead, we work with over 1,000 contributors—who are college deans, state system presidents, working adult, hiring managers, government officials and everyone in-between. Our contibutors write their own articles, so information on The EvoLLLution is always unfiltered and straight from the people who understand higher education best.
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The Fundamental Shift in Higher Education
Once in a lifetime
Single institution credit recognition
Knowledge for knowledge sake
|Cohort of one
Lifelong pursuit of knowledge
Universal outcome acceptance
Knowledge for employability