Can Digital Learning Save Higher Ed?

As colleges become battlegrounds for U.S. politics, and face declining enrollments, educators are worried that they have lost the American public’s trust. One way to fix this might be to expand access to online degrees.

Michael D. Smith, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, argues that academics should embrace digitization as a means of saving the institutions they work for.

Read his take in the Chronicle of Higher Education. (October 2023)

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