Inside Higher Ed’s fourth annual survey of college and university faculty members and campus leaders in educational technology aims to understand how these groups perceive and pursue online learning and other issues related to technology-enabled education. Some of the questions addressed in the study are:
- What impact has technology had on student learning outcomes, and do faculty and technology administrators view the gains as justification for institutions’ investment in technology?
- Can online courses achieve learning outcomes that are equivalent to in-person courses?
- What are the most important quality indicators of an online education?
- How does the quality of online courses compare with the quality of in-person courses?
Inside Higher Ed editor Scott Jaschik and technology reporter Carl Straumsheim discuss these and other findings of the 2015 Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology in this free webinar. This survey is made possible with the support of Sonic Foundry, Academic Partnerships and Learning House.
You can view the webinar recording below, and download the accompanying slide deck here.
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