We need to develop a standard visual for those occasions when we want to highlight an inappropriate mixing of old style (industrial age) education elements with new learning components. For example, the headline "Publishers See Online Mega-Courses as Opportunity to Sell Textbooks" seems strikingly out of step with the new age of learning. Really? Do we think students in MOOCs are just looking for new reasons to purchase expensive textbooks from old line publishers?
The classic way to represent this has been the phrase "putting buggy whip holders on automobiles" to remind people that early automobiles had buggy whip holders borrowed from horse-drawn carts, but there may be better ways to highlight odd juxtapositions. Once we have a standard visual for this, we can layer in any number of headlines.