Online learning at the center of institutional strategies

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Topics: Online Education, Academic Affairs

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Colin Koproske, Consultant

Colin Koproske

Pick your favorite severe weather-related metaphor – something like a “tsunami” or “avalanche” is said to be heading for colleges and universities unprepared to cope with the rise of educational technologies. Thought leaders from all political dispositions are converging on the notion that online learning will either transform traditional institutions or replace them within the next few decades.

Will digitization have a revolutionary or merely marginal impact on your institution? It is clear that for most of our members, online learning is rising steadily up their list of strategic priorities.