Online Learning Update

December 2, 2017

Faculty Attitudes About Online Learning Are Changing…Slowly

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:04 am

By Cait Etherington, eLearning Inside

While the majority of faculty surveyed by Inside Higher Ed indicate that they have never taught an online course for credit, the survey suggests that this may soon change. Currently, “Forty-two percent of professors say they have taught an online course, and 36 percent have taught a blended or hybrid course,” but “A year ago, 39 percent reported teaching an online course, and in 2013, 30 percent did.” Other key findings concerned support, with the report finding that “Slightly less than half of faculty members say they have received professional development to help design or revise an online or blended course. About one in four say they have worked with instructional designers to create or revise in-person or online courses.” While online teaching is on the rise, the report did find that skepticism remains high.

Faculty Attitudes About Online Learning Are Changing…Slowly

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