What 4,500 Professors and Administrators Think About Online Learning | Digital Learning, Technology, Education | Scoop.it

Three important takeaways about the current state of this growing trend.

Fifty-eight percent of faculty surveyed feel pessimistic about online education. Administrators, on the other hand, are overwhelmingly excited about teaching students over the Internet, with more than 80 percent indicating their optimism. It’s easy to see why: Online education programs are a revenue stream for cash-strapped schools. At the same time, they redefine the professor’s role in a way that may be difficult for some teachers to accept.


Via Sue Myburgh, Lynnette Van Dyke