- The University of Missouri announced that it will put $2.5 million into online degree offerings, resulting in at least 10 degrees, certificates or minors that will be available by 2014, according to the Mizzou Online website.
- Mizzou already made ed tech news this week by backing off of plans for a digital overhaul of the University of Missouri Press.
- $250,000 will be made available through an application process for MU faculty to use as they develop curriculum and launch courses.
From the article:
The University of Missouri, or “Mizzou” as it’s commonly referred to, has announced it will invest $2.5M to enhance online degree offerings. Close to 10,000 undergrad and grad students enrolled in the university’s online courses in the 2011-2012 academic year, which generated nearly enough revenue to pay for this initiative. ...