Survey: Faculty still skeptical about online courses

08/27/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

Only 1 in 5 faculty members say they believe online learning can be as effective as in-person courses, according to a recent survey by Inside Higher Education and Gallup. Data show a majority of faculty interviewed say they believe online courses are of lower quality than face-to-face classes. However, 47% of faculty who have taught online are more likely to believe online learning can be as effective as in-class learning outcomes.

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