“While David Gales, principal and director of California Operations at Waveguide Consulting Inc., an audiovisual and communication technology consulting group headquartered in Decatur, Ga., concedes that students expect technology to be part of the instruction and learning process—and that technologically advanced facilities will have a competitive advantage—he also believes that there will still be room for more traditional models. “There are some who say the physical campus is going to go away, or it will become greatly diminished. I really don’t see that happening,” he said. “I think these technologies that can educate people online without the physical campus or the physical presence of an instructor are valuable for a certain segment of the market, but not for everybody.”

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