Students And Public Skeptical Of Online Education

September 21st, 2011

College Presidents Are Bullish on Online Education but Face a Skeptical Public
Delivering courses in cyber classrooms has gained broad acceptance among college presidents, but the general public is far less convinced of online education’s quality, according to new survey data released by the Pew Research Center, in association with The Chronicle. (Chronicle of Higher Education,

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  1. Eventually cyber classrooms would be thoroughly accepted. But it is true, the quality on education may not passed the quality of the conventional classroom style. As of I observe students could be more focus if they feel they are in a classroom. I was a student myself. But I hope if this would be applicable to all schools in the near future I know there would be approaches to make it more effective.

    kym
    Internet Marketing

  2. Delivering courses in cyber classrooms has gained broad acceptance amongst college presidents, but most students are not convinced online education offers high quality, according to survey data released by the Pew Research Center, in partnership with the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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