In my recent article published at Technology News I discuss the ever increasing amount of students enrolling at a university online.
The recession created new demand for higher education, demand that can be met more economically, thanks to improved broadband access and decreased costs in delivering Internet services. Remarkably, the pricing of higher education has remained flat despite these advances — presumably reacting more to the increased demand than the decreased production costs.
How do you e-pledge a sorority? We may soon find out. The world of higher education is changing rapidly, with the number of college students taking face-to-face classes expected to fall from more than 14 million in 2010 to only 4 million in 2015, making it level with the number of online students.
Four factors will contribute to this move:
Read more at Technology News.
In conclusion, this could open up some opportunities for both students and universities.
What are your thoughts?