First and foremost thanks for last week's event.. it was a great
motivator for all and hopefully the path forward is now clearer.
Just a small correction on the Hard Times Scenario:
In the part where you wrote: " Students become slowly worse.
There is a mish-mash of knowledge generated.
we wanted to say that students are given a mish-mash of
knowledge and thus they only know a bit of everything but
are experts of nothing. The implication is that there will be no
real expertise in Malta and no centres of excellence in any topic.
This was a trend that we though might emerge since already
there is a lot of fragmentation even in study disciplines but
the courses available try to take the best of all worlds and
do not concentrate enough on "pure" topics.
Also, the bullets at the beginning can go in with the drivers
as they are some of the causes of the scenario given.
Thanks again for all,
AcrossLimits - http://www.acrosslimits.com
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Sent: Monday, September 02, 2002 7:01 PM
Subject: eForesee malta-ict: Scenarios Workshop (29-30 August) - DRAFT REPORT
Here is the first draft of our discussions last Thursday and Friday.
For those of you who were present, please inform us of anything we may have missed etc....
For those of you who could not be with us, please go through it and tell us if it all makes sense...we would also like your feedback regarding the scenarios.....
Looking forward to hearing from you,