College students: These are the top 6 trends in higher education

by eCampus News

Annual survey reveal what college students increasingly value about their higher-ed experience. 68 percent of students said the availability of online classes would be important to their educational experience, and campus administration is all about collaboration. These are just two interesting findings from a recent annual survey of more than 500 currently enrolled colleges students about what they value most in education, as well as what changes they’re seeing in campus management. The survey, conducted by Vital Source Technologies, Inc., Ingram Content Group’s e-textbook solution, revealed that today’s college students increasingly value online, social and mobile technology as essential educational tools. Fielded by Wakefield Research, an independent research consultancy, the survey of more than 500 currently enrolled college students also found more students are turning down certain colleges because the cost of tuition is too high and they worry about paying off student loans.

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