Online College Students 2013
Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences
Published July 23rd, 2013
Learn What Online Students Want – Direct from the Source
Who is studying online? What do they value? What is the impact of their online degree? The newest edition of the “Online College Students 2013” report, a joint project of Learning House and Aslanian Market Research, answers these questions and more. The report shares the findings of the second annual survey of 1,500 former, current, and future online college students.
Now, you have a chance to learn the results of the report and ask questions of its authors. Dr. David Clinefelter, Chief Academic Officer of Learning House, and Carol B. Aslanian, Senior Vice President of Aslanian Market Research, a division of EducationDynamics, will present key findings of the “Online College Students 2013” report in this webinar.
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About the Presenters
Dr. David Clinefelter is the Chief Academic Officer at The Learning House, Inc., in Louisville, Ky., where he develops the highest academic tools, training and strategies for the company’s online partners. Dave’s 30-year career in education spans all levels, from K-12 to higher education.
At the postsecondary level, Dr. Clinefelter began as a professor at the University of Nebraska, Omaha and a lecturer at The Ohio State University before he became vice president of academic affairs at Graceland University, a liberal arts institution in Iowa. From 1996 to 1997, Dr. Clinefelter served as an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow at Northwest Missouri State University. At the conclusion of his fellowship year, he became president of Graceland University and served in that capacity for six years. In 2002, Dr. Clinefelter joined Kaplan University as provost, and he joined Walden University in 2010 as Chief Academic Officer.
Carol B. Aslanian is Senior Vice President of Aslanian Market Research, the market research unit of EducationDynamics. She is a national authority on the characteristics and learning patterns of adult students and has given hundreds of presentations on the topic and led market research projects for more than 200 colleges, universities and educational agencies. Ms. Aslanian has received several national awards for her contributions to the fields of community service and continuing education.
Aslanian holds degrees from Cornell University and Harvard University. She served as director of the office of adult learning services at the College Board for more than 20 years, and also helped the Board enhance its services to community colleges. Aslanian also has served on the boards or committees of numerous groups, including the American Marketing Association, the Nontraditional Students Report Board of Advisors and Elderhostel.