From Friday’s inbox… Not K-12 focused, but I figured many of my readers would be interested…
2012 Online Learning Report for U.S. Higher Education
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Data collection for the 2012 Online Learning Report for U.S. Higher Education is currently underway. This marks the tenth year of the publication of what has become the most current, comprehensive, and widely quoted source of information on the numbers, attitudes, and trends in online learning. The objective is to provide an impartial overview of the state of online education among U.S. higher education institutions.
Like previous years, the 2012 report will track online enrollments, online education strategy, and what barriers institutions continue to experience in growing their online programs. New this year is an examination of institutional attitudes towards the new phenomena of MOOCs.
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