• As of late 2014, 5.8 million students are taking online learning courses at some level
  • The number of academic leaders who view online learning as the same or superior to in-person instruction is at 71 percent, down from 77 percent in 2013
  • Academic leaders who have not incorporated online learning into their curriculum ahave a consistent 42 percent interest in blending online and in-person activities in a course.
  • About 75 percent of academic leaders answered that their courses were designed for current students or students within their geographic region.
  • MOOCs as an open resource for people outside their university now rests at 11 percent from 3 percent in 2012.

Leese, N. (2016). Online Learning Report Shows Long-Term Higher Education Trends Retrieved from http://edtechtimes.com/2016/03/06/online-learning-report-shows-long-term-higher-education-trends/

Based on a full report by
Allen, I.E., Seaman, J. (2016). Online Report Card: Tracking Online Education in the United States. Retrieved from http://onlinelearningsurvey.com/reports/onlinereportcard.pdf

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