Is Online Education Creating More Jobs for Instructors?

July 26, 2017

In Inside Higher Ed this week, the ed-tech blogger Josh Kim asks if online learning is a job creation engine for educators. He said that many colleges draw their online faculty from the same pool of full-time faculty members and part-time adjunct instructors who teach residential courses.

"If anything," he wrote, "I’ve seen online learning offer more opportunities for teaching gigs for all higher ed teachers."

But, he also asks, where's the data to back this up? To read more about Kim had to say in his blog, click here.


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