Enrollment in Higher Ed Online Classes Up 21 Percent
An annual survey of 2,600 higher-education institutions indicates that enrollment in online classes has grown 21 percent in the last year.
…one million more students were enrolled in at least one Web-based course, bringing the total number of online students to 5.6 million.
The survey also indicated that “66 percent of college administrators say that online education is the same as or better than face-to-face classes.”
It’s becoming increasingly likely that graduates entering the workforce will have encountered online learning during their academic years. (RN)
Enrollment in Online Courses Increases at the Highest Rate Ever | The Chronicle of Higher Education | Travis Kaya | 16 November 2010
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