Online Learning Update

November 27, 2010

Modest Gains for Black Colleges Online

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

by Steve Kolowich, Inside Higher Ed

Do historically black colleges and universities need to get serious about online education? Perhaps, says the latest report from the Digital Learning Lab at Howard University. An increasing number of historically black institutions are wading into the online medium — often with the help of for-profit developers. Still, the vast majority of HBCUs do not offer online programs.

[ed note: One emerging leader in online learning is HBCU Hampton University in Virginia where the university has made a commitment to reaching out to students online:  ]

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