Class Differences: Online Education in the United States, 2010 The eighth annual Sloan Survey of Online Learning reveals that online enrollment grew by nearly one million students over a year earlier. The survey, a collaborative effort between the Babson Survey Research Group, the College Board and the Sloan Consortium, is the leading barometer on online learning in the United States. Using results from more than 2,500 colleges and university nationwide, the report finds approximately 5.6 million students were enrolled in at least on online course in fall 2009. The complete report, "Class Differences: Online Education in the United States, 2010" is available here.
Strong Faculty Engagement in Online Learning APLU Reports
Unprecedented Study Offers Institutions Guidance for Continued Growth of Online Learning
More than one-third of public university faculty have taught an online course while more than one-half have recommended an online course to students, according to an unprecedented study of administrative and faculty views toward online learning released today by the Association of Public and Land-grant University-Sloan National Commission on Online Learning. Click here to view the reports.