Lloyd Armstrong, Jr.


Provost Emeritus
University Professor
Professor of  Education and of Physics


University of
Southern California
WPH 701
Los Angeles, CA
90089-4037


Phone: 213-740-7218
Fax: 213-740-3889
 

Articles

Competing in the Global Higher Education Marketplace.  This is a reprint of a chapter accepted for publication in New Directions for Higher Education, copyright 2007 by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Download article PDF

Globalization and Higher Education.
The Navigator, VI(I), 1. This is a 2006 publication of the USC Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis. Download Article (PDF) 

The Creative University in a Flat World: On November 6, 2006, I presented a USC Templeton Lecture on this topic. The video of that lecture can be seen at : www.takeonedigital.com/crcc/webcast.html. This is a slightly extended text version of that talk. Download Article (PDF)

Higher Education and the Global Marketplace: Entrepreneurial Activity in a Dynamic Environment with Douglas Becker. 2004 Pullias Lecture, USC Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis. Download Article (PDF)

Change and the Research University. This was written as input for the planning process that led to the 2004 Plan for Increasing USC’s Academic Excellence. Download Article (PDF)

A New Game in Town: Competitive Higher Education. This was the text of a keynote address at a conference at USC sponsored by the USC Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis. It served as basis for a published article: (2002). A New Game in Town: Competitive Higher Education, in Digital Academe. In Dutton, William H. and Loader, Brian D. (Eds.), The new media and institutions of higher education and learning. Chapter 6. New York: Routledge; also in (2001). Information, Communication & Society, 4, 479. Download Article (DOC)

Distance Learning: challenges and questions. This was written to inform USC trustees of issues relating to distance learning. It served as a basis for a published article: (2000). Distance learning: An academic leader’s perspective on a disruptive product. Change, November/December(32), 20. Download Article (PDF)