Fall 2018 IPEDS Data: New Profile of US Higher Ed Online Education

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  1. Murat
    Murat says:

    The most recent data are clearly pointing to the growth of online education, although it is a bit slow right now. Online education is the future and we researchers and instructional designers must be working together to design, develop, and manage high-quality online learning environments where students can feel satisfied with their learning achievements and their overall online educational experiences.

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