Online learning continues to offer expanded learning opportunities to traditional and nontraditional students, but it also challenges institutional norms.
Now, a new report examines what chief online officers have to say about must-have technologies and tools, new program ventures, and alternative learning providers.
The 2018 Changing Landscape of Online Education is part of a continuing effort to uncover what chief online officers at higher-ed institutions think about learning policies, practices, and plans. It’s a joint initiative of Quality Matters and Eduventures.
The report offers a deeper dive into important online learning subject matters and policies, including these 9 areas:
1. Though the term “online learning” can blur the lines between all-online and blended learning, surveyed institutions tend to emphasize fully-online programs over blended learning—in fact, very few institutions said they see blended learning as a core strategy.
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