Survey of college professors shows resistance to online learning

Spencer Irvine, Academia

Inside Higher Ed published its 2019 Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology, jointly conducted with Gallup. The survey discovered that there was a 2% increase in faculty members who taught an online course, going up to 46% compared to 44% in 2018. Inside Higher Ed pointed out that in 2013, that figure was 30% and it means “that the number has increased by half in six years.” Despite the uptick in faculty members teaching online courses, 36% of respondents said that they disagree with the idea that “online courses can achieve student learning outcomes at least equivalent to in-person courses at any institution.”

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