The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) 2017
Quality Matters and Eduventures have teamed up to conduct a study on how higher education sees the shifts in the online education market. Fill out the form below to download the report.
This is the first CHLOE Survey of chief online officers at community colleges, four-year public, and four-year private, nonprofit colleges and universities. CHLOE focuses on the management of online education as it becomes a mainstream activity in a growing number of U.S. institutions. Concerns about achieving stability and reliability are overtaking earlier-stage innovation as online learning moves from an experimental phase to an established institutional function.
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