Giroux (2015). Marketing the University – Corporate Power and the Academic Factory.

“The consequence of the substitution of technology for pedagogy is that instrumental goals replace ethical and political considerations, diminishing classroom control by teachers while offering a dehumanizing pedagogy for students.”

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Canadian Association of University Teachers. (2015). What Does C-51 Mean for Academic Freedom and Campus Free Speech?

“Academic freedom includes the right to teach, research, publish, and express one’s opinions free from political and institutional censorship. Academic freedom allows universities and colleges to serve the common good of society through searching for, and disseminating, knowledge and understanding, and through fostering independent thinking and expression in academic staff and students. Robust democracies require no less.” (p 3)

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