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The Digital Revolution and Higher Education: College Presidents, Public Differ on Value of Online Learning

Sunday, August 28, 2011


This report, written by Kim Parker, Amanda Lenhart and Kathleen Moore, is based on findings from a pair of Pew Research Center surveys conducted in spring 2011.  Below is a list of topics discussed in the key findings:

  • The Value of Online Learning
  • The Prevalence of Online Course
  • Online Student
  • The Future of Online Learning
  • Digital Textbook
  • The Internet and Plagiarism
  • Do Laptops and Smartphones Belong in the Classroom?
  • College Presidents and Technology
  • College Presidents and Social Networking

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