As demand continues to grow, colleges are still mulling how online teaching fits into the scheme of things, with competing models for supporting (and paying) faculty.
Annual study finds double-digit gains in online education, in part due to fuel costs, surprising some who predicted the rate would eventually flatten.
Under new GI Bill, veterans who study solely online won't be eligible for housing allowance that traditional students receive. Is privileging the on-campus experience overly romantic, or smart policy?
Investors are buying traditional institutions -- but the hurdles, including "cultural risks," are many.
Distance education program at Chattanooga State Technical Community College reaches for a new constituency: truckers.
In a move that could prove a harbinger of things to come, a New York agency now contends that a distance education course is subject to state sales tax.
California community college plans certificate curriculum combining traditional Great Books approach with electronic delivery.
Community colleges see more growth. Assessment of student learning emerges as a top issue for administrators of these programs.
North Central wants to know more about arrangements between StraighterLine and Ellis, Fort Hays State and Grand Canyon Universities.
Community colleges consider: What happens when your online enrollments hit 50 percent (or some other level that changes nature of the institution)?
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