Key Issues Addressed
See how provosts expect online learning to evolve, focusing on these areas and more:
- The rapid shift to providing student services online
- Ties between enrollment expectations and infrastructure spending
- Common barriers to building online programs
- Innovative ways to attract students to online programs
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The emergence of COVID-19 changed much of society, including the role of online learning in higher ed. As the Online Learning at Public Universities 2022 report shows, many leaders expect online programs to grow even after the pandemic fades.
Through a partnership with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), we surveyed over 100 provost-level administrators about what’s new and what’s next for online learning. This report includes comparisons with insights from past studies, letting you see how views on online programs have transformed.