Despite evidence to the contrary, online education still struggles to shed a number of negative stereotypes—namely that it is not as rigorous as its face-to-face counterpart, and its faculty are less engaged. A new whitepaper from Learning House looks at the perception of reality rigor and faculty engagement in online learning.
One of the benefits of online learning is accessibility; providing a learning option for those students who may not be able to attend a traditional classroom. Universal Design for Leaning (UDL) standards can help you to create a classroom that is accessible to all students.
Online education continues to grow in popularity, but how are students choosing their program and institution? Learn what factors are important in the decision making process.
While overall college enrollments are declining, online enrollments continue to grow. A look at the data reveals some bright spots for colleges and universities looking to grow.
Surveys of Chief Academic Officers at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) reveal how public and private institutions are navigating the world of online higher education. Discover enrollment trends, how schools are handling tuition for online classes, and the greatest achievements and challenges these schools face.
It’s no longer enough to simply offer online programs. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, schools need to understand what sets their programs apart.
What do online students really want? The “Online College Students 2013” report reveals important information from 1,500 past, present and prospective online college students to help schools develop more effective online programs.
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