We’re delighted to share with you this insightful infograph from our friend Allison at Onlineeducation.net – it presents some startling data on the challenges of online research as perceived by educators. Click the snippet below to check out the full graphic!
Online learning has exploded. Courses and course-offering institutions proliferate. Colleges eye opportunities to lure new students. Major institutions are piloting programs to allow credits for courses.
Sounds like a pretty good time, then, to introduce something like this:
Dubbed the “Online Students’ Bill of Rights,” it offers a bold paradigm for expectations and needs of students and learners in the digital age, confronting issues ranging from data collection to programmatic outcomes.
Definitely worth a look – courtesy of Onlinecolleges.net.