Online enrollments in the USA grow 10% in 2011; OERs becoming accepted | ORIOLE project |

This Tony Bates take on the annual US survey of US HE (2500 HEIs, formerly known as the Sloan-C survey but now Pearson/Sloan/Kaplan. Charts online trends, but for OER community interesting that 'Nearly two thirds of chief academic officers agreed that OERs have the potential to reduce costs.' A tad disappointed that this headlines is about cost rather than about quality ... innovation ... inclusion. But its perhaps the way to get attention?