Report: Majority of students still think online courses should cost less
From Campus Technology: “In a recent survey from Barnes & Noble Education, the vast majority of college students (94 percent) said they think schools should charge less for online courses. In contrast, less than half of administrators and faculty (43 percent and 41 percent, respectively) believe the same. For the report, Barnes & Noble College Insights, the company’s research arm, polled college students, faculty and administrators across the country about their experiences with online learning and campus closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. (It seems that students’ belief that online courses don’t have the same value of the in-person experience has persisted since last summer, when a separate survey came to the same conclusion.)”
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