- Survey results released by Inside Higher Ed indicate that higher education faculty nationwide remain wary of online education as a disruptive force.
- 66 percent of those surveyed doubt the quality of instruction that online education can make available.
- Still, 60 percent indicated that they had recommended at least one online course to a student in the past.
From the article:
When the University of California dangled a $30,000 incentive to thousands of professors in 2010 inviting them to create UC-worthy online courses, just 70 responded, and only a few classes materialized. ...