Academic, Economic, and Technological Trends Affecting Distance Education
Natahn K. Lindsay (University of Michigan, USA), Peter B. Williams (Brigham Young University, USA) and Scott L. Howell (Brigham Young University, USA)
Copyright: © 2008
A number of prominent distance learning journals have established the need for administrators to be informed and prepared with strategic plans equal to foreseeable challenges. This article provides decision makers with 32 trends that affect distance learning and thus enable them to plan accordingly. The trends are organized into categories as they pertain to academics (including students and faculty), the economy, technology, and distance learning.