Introduction to Working with Online Enablement Vendors

Topics: Academic Affairs, Academic Planning, Online Education, MOOCs, Online Course Quality, Online Strategies, Regulations and Legislation, Administration and Finance, Budgeting, Third Party Partnerships, Administrative Service Delivery Models, Outsourcing

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Summary

Higher education leaders are increasingly seeing online and hybrid models as necessary supplements to the traditional, face-to-face experience on their campuses.

Nearly all traditional campuses will feel pressure to provide more online options at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Whether it be online curricula for liberal arts students studying abroad or hybrid master’s programs for working professionals, chances are good that your institution will offer more content in one of these formats over the next few years.