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The Digital Revolution and Higher Education

dntw8updntw8up Registered User Posts: 1,594 Senior Member
I suspect the reputation of online courses, and eventually online degrees, will continue to improve.

"As online college courses have become increasingly prevalent, the general public and college presidents offer different assessments of their educational value, according to a new Pew Research Center report. Just three-in-ten American adults (29%) say a course taken online provides an equal educational value to one taken in a classroom. By contrast, about half of college presidents (51%) say online courses provide the same value..."

The Digital Revolution and Higher Education | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project
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