CCRC Paper on Why Students Choose Online Receives Widespread Press Coverage
A new CCRC paper on why students choose online versus face-to-face courses receives widespread attention in the press.
|MAY 13, 2013|
|MOOCs and Community Colleges|
An Inside Higher Ed article considers whether massive open online courses (MOOCs) should be integrated into the community college setting, citing CCRC research on performance gaps in online courses.
|MAY 10, 2013|
|New college students can drown in a sea of choices|
An article in the Community College Times discusses findings from a CCRC project that examines how entering college students navigate decision-making, and how they utilize online resources in this process.
|MAY 09, 2013|
|Where Have All the Faculty Gone?|
CCRC's research on online courses is cited in an Inside Higher Ed article that discusses the implications of the growth of online learning for faculty presence on campus.
|Student Demand for Online Courses May Not Be as Strong as Colleges Think, New Study Finds|