Online Learning Update

September 20, 2010

Online learning classes give students flexibility

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:10 am

By Rachel Peel, Texas Weslyan Rambler

Eight percent of three and four credit courses for grad students are offered online and 4 percent of undergrad classes are online this fall,” Wesleyan registrar Sherri Caraballo said. Online classes aren’t for everyone, although they do offer some students a cost-efficient way to get college hours under their belts. “I think online learning can be a real opportunity for the right student,” Dr. Price McMurray, associate professor of English, said. “As more and more students become accustomed to online learning, it’s definitely going to change how we do things,” McMurray said. “It may be that the outcomes of online learning are better than traditional learning.”

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