Online Learning Update

November 29, 2010

Black Colleges Are Slowly Adding Online Degrees

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:06 am

By Eric Kelderman, Chronicle of Higher Ed

Online education has become the fastest-growing segment of the higher-education market, driven by booming enrollments at for-profit institutions and steadier efforts at nonprofit colleges to cut instructional costs and reach more students with electronic courses. But historically black colleges are moving more cautiously toward adopting online-degree programs, according to a new report from the Digital Learning Laboratory at Howard University.

[Editor’s note: Hampton University in Virginia is one of the emerging leaders in online learning]

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