|Consider the power that scripts play in our educational, professional, and personal lives. Scripts can take many forms, but scripts at their most basic are a series of instructions that help us structure and order our activities, and they are designed to be repeated. We use narrative scripts to explain the world, process scripts to structure our teaching and learning, and software scripts to streamline and automate operations. Where do these scripts require critical evaluation to adapt to the changing landscape of higher education? Where do we need scripts but do not yet have them? What impact do scripts of various kinds have on our lives and work? How does technology support our efforts to change existing scripts, or to introduce new scripts?
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