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11 Takeaways From the 2021 CHLOE Report: The year when online education traveled forward in time.

The year when online education traveled forward in time.

Takeaway No. 1: Higher education is more agile than most anyone had previously believed.

Takeaway No. 2: The pandemic will accelerate online learning growth.

Takeaway No. 3: Local is still where it’s at for most schools, even in online programs.

Takeaway No. 4: Remote instruction for academic continuity and a strategic online program portfolio can be mutually reinforcing.

Takeaway No. 5: Community colleges are online learning leaders.

Takeaway No. 6: Colleges and universities have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to accelerate the rollout of online programs.

Takeaway No. 7: Synchronous online teaching is here to stay.

Takeaway No. 8: Almost two-thirds of schools made investments in building online capacity during the pandemic.

Takeaway No. 9: Most of the technologies that enabled emergency remote instruction were already in place pre-pandemic, but there were significant investments in synchronous learning platforms during COVID.

Takeaway No. 10: Open education resources got a pandemic bump.

Takeaway No. 11: There is an acute awareness among online leaders that the pandemic both revealed and exacerbated structural inequalities in higher education.

Posted on: July 15, 2021, 6:37 am Category: Uncategorized

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