How COVID Changed Higher Education Forever

By Ryan Lufkin Prior to the pandemic, online courses were most often viewed as “less than”…lacking in sound pedagogy and without measurable and pedigreed outcomes. The subpar offerings of for-profit online institutions were frequently referred to as diploma-mills. But much as working from home has gained wide-spread acceptance, online learning has enjoyed a major rethinking. Current research shows a big shift in the perception of online college courses. A recent survey found 73 percent of student respondents said the COVID-19 pandemic made them much more likely (52 percent) or somewhat more likely (21 percent) to consider online programs. While much of the […]

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