"A new survey suggests that a majority of college faculty members are not confident in the rigor and reach of online learning." continues Higher Ed - Education Dive.
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- A new survey from Gallup suggests that a predominant number of college and university faculty members, about 55%, are not confident in the outcomes of distance education when measured against traditional learning models.
- Of a respondent pool of more than 1,600 professors from all private, public and for-profit institutions, 40% said they have taught at least one online class, and 32% believed that learning was possible through digital and traditional classroom settings at any institution.
- More than 60% of professors with no online teaching experience believe that positive outcomes are possible in either academic setting.