Digital learning leaders believe online courses can achieve educational outcomes equivalent to in-person ones. Faculty members remain divided, however, they are less skeptical about the potential of online learning than they were in the past, according to Inside Higher Ed’s recent Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology.
In this webinar, IHE Editor Doug Lederman will discuss results and explore:
- Why seven in 10 faculty members who have taught online say the experience taught them skills that improved their teaching
- How they are involved in the design of online courses they teach, if at all
- The most helpful resources in designing and teaching online courses for faculty
- Why faculty members’ opinions of online education are improving
Download the full report here