eCampus News writes on the CHLOE Survey, a new survey that tracks online education's growth along with technology innovations.
Virtual and augmented reality courses make progress in courses on health care, art history and social work.
The CHLOE survey looks at broader questions related to online programs, this one based on responses from chief online officers.
In the CHLOE Report, delivery, management and quality assurance vary widely among small and mid-size online programs. In common, learning management systems and the quest for quality.
The CHLOE Report on online education shows online learning has matured and suggests potentially leaner times ahead for colleges hoping to profit in the market.
The CHLOE Survey, from Quality Matters and Eduventures, Shows How Colleges Manage Online Learning.
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Instructional designers' education and training is becoming more formalized as their role grows in importance at many institutions.
Eleven experts weigh in on a basic question: What do we mean by quality?
Quality Matters is a charter member of Collaborative for Quality in Alternative Learning (CQAL), which is led by the Presidents' Forum at Excelsior College and the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. The organizations collaborating on the report seek comments on the report by April 15.