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Online learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past
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95 American Association of State Colleges and Universities Chief Academic Officers

Percentage of Online Courses

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Thinking of the courses that your institution offered over the last 12 months, what is your best estimate of the percentage of courses that were: online, hybrid, face-to-face

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Personalized learning, Educational Games / Gamification, Online learning K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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9279
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This is a survey of digital learning in K-12 education today that takes into account responses from 9,279 education professionals primarily from the U.S., but also from 65 countries worldwide. Note: 31% of participants in this study indicated they use either Schoology’s Basic (free) or Enterprise (paid) version. 14% of all participants indicated they use Schoology Enterprise.

Use of digital instructional approaches by teachers

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Online learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past

Among all students taking distance education courses, just under one-half are taking only distance courses (47.2%, or 3,003,080 out of 6,359,121). Approximately one-half of these exclusively distance students are enrolled at public institutions, with the remaining portion evenly split between non-profit and for-profit institutions. While public institutions host the majority of exclusively distance students, they make up a much smaller portion of the “at least one” distance enrollments found at other institution types. Only 35.3% of all distance students at public institutions are taking exclusively distance courses. This compares to 65.4% at private non-profit institutions and 84.9% at private for-profit institutions.

While the percentage of students at public institutions that are taking only distance courses may be low, the large size of this sector means that there are still more exclusively distance students at public institutions than at other types of schools. Just over one-half (1,546,241 out of 3,003,080, or 50.2%) of exclusively distance students are enrolled at public institutions.

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This report uses data collected under the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Fall Enrollment survey.

Percentage of distance students taking exclusively distance courses 2012-2016

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Among all students taking distance education courses, just under one-half are taking only distance courses (47.2%, or 3,003,080 out of 6,359,121). Approximately one-half of these exclusively distance students are enrolled at public institutions, with the remaining portion evenly split between non-profit and for-profit institutions. While public institutions host the majority of exclusively distance students, they make up a much smaller portion of the “at least one” distance enrollments found at other institution types. Only 35.3% of all distance students at public institutions are taking exclusively distance courses. This compares to 65.4% at private non-profit institutions and 84.9% at private for-profit institutions.

While the percentage of students at public institutions that are taking only distance courses may be low, the large size of this sector means that there are still more exclusively distance students at public institutions than at other types of schools. Just over one-half (1,546,241 out of 3,003,080, or 50.2%) of exclusively distance students are enrolled at public institutions.

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Online learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past

As of Fall 2016, there were 6,359,121 students taking at least one distance education course, comprising 31.6% of all higher education enrollments. This share represents the total number of students taking all of their courses at a distance, and those who are taking a combination of distance and non-distance courses. The proportion of the higher education student body taking advantage of distance education courses has increased each of the last four years. It stood at 25.9% in 2012, at 27.1% in 2013, 28.3% in 2014, and 29.7% in 2015.

The number of distance students at both the undergraduate and graduate level increased steadily each year from 2012 to 2016. Graduate and undergraduate students taking at least one distance education course increased 5.6% over the previous year, and grew by 17.2% in the four years since 2012. The 5.6% growth rate exceeds that observed between 2012 and 2013 (3.4%), 2013 and 2014 (3.3%), and between 2014 and 2015 (3.9%). The 6,359,121 distance education students in Fall 2016 includes 5,253,997 who studied at the undergraduate level, and 1,105,124 who studied at the graduate level.

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This report uses data collected under the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Fall Enrollment survey.

Percentage of students taking distance courses 2012-2016

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2018
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As of Fall 2016, there were 6,359,121 students taking at least one distance education course, comprising 31.6% of all higher education enrollments. This share represents the total number of students taking all of their courses at a distance, and those who are taking a combination of distance and non-distance courses. The proportion of the higher education student body taking advantage of distance education courses has increased each of the last four years. It stood at 25.9% in 2012, at 27.1% in 2013, 28.3% in 2014, and 29.7% in 2015.

The number of distance students at both the undergraduate and graduate level increased steadily each year from 2012 to 2016. Graduate and undergraduate students taking at least one distance education course increased 5.6% over the previous year, and grew by 17.2% in the four years since 2012. The 5.6% growth rate exceeds that observed between 2012 and 2013 (3.4%), 2013 and 2014 (3.3%), and between 2014 and 2015 (3.9%). The 6,359,121 distance education students in Fall 2016 includes 5,253,997 who studied at the undergraduate level, and 1,105,124 who studied at the graduate level.

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Digital Learning Technologies, Online learning, Mobile learning, Educational Games / Gamification K-12 Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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More than 514,000 K-12 students, parents, educators, and community members participated in Speak Up 2016.

Teachers’ wish list for PD compared with District Administrators’ priorities for PD

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What is your preferred topic for professional development? 

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Online learning, Social media, Digital Learning Technologies, Educational video K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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More than 514,000 K-12 students, parents, educators, and community members participated in Speak Up 2016.

Teachers use of Technology

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2017
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Knowledge management, Online learning, Mobile learning Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
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316 companies
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316 companies

Current Usage

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2017
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Online learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past

The number of students taking at least one distance education course increased 3.9% over the previous year, and grew by 11.0% in the three years since 2012. The 3.9% growth rate exceeds that observed between 2012 and 2013 (3.4%) and between 2013 and 2014 (3.3%). The 6,022,105 total of distance education students for 2015 includes 4,999,112 who are studying at the undergraduate level, and 1,022,993 who are studying at the graduate level.

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This report uses data collected under the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Fall Enrollment survey. Beginning with Fall 2012, the data includes distance education enrollments.

Students Taking Distance Courses by Level, 2012-2015

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The number of students taking at least one distance education course increased 3.9% over the previous year, and grew by 11.0% in the three years since 2012. The 3.9% growth rate exceeds that observed between 2012 and 2013 (3.4%) and between 2013 and 2014 (3.3%). The 6,022,105 total of distance education students for 2015 includes 4,999,112 who are studying at the undergraduate level, and 1,022,993 who are studying at the graduate level.

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Online learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past

Students who are taking at least one distance education course comprise 29.7% of all higher education enrollments as of fall 2015. This share represents the total of those who are taking all of their courses at a distance, and those who are taking a combination of distance and non-distance courses. The proportion of the higher education student body taking advantage of distance education courses has increased each of the last three years. It stood at 25.9% in 2012, at 27.1% in 2013, and at 28.3% in 2014.

To put these figures in context, the proportion of students taking at least one online course for fall 2002 was under ten percent, at 9.6%1. This fraction has grown as institutions introduced online programs and existing distance programs grew their enrollments.

The number of students taking at least one distance education course increased 3.9% over the previous year, and grew by 11.0% in the three years since 2012. The 3.9% growth rate exceeds that observed between 2012 and 2013 (3.4%) and between 2013 and 2014 (3.3%). The 6,022,105 total of distance education students for 2015 includes 4,999,112 who are studying at the undergraduate level, and 1,022,993 who are studying at the graduate level.

Sample Description:

This report uses data collected under the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Fall Enrollment survey. Beginning with Fall 2012, the data includes distance education enrollments.

Percentage of Students Taking Distance Courses - 2012-2015

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Students who are taking at least one distance education course comprise 29.7% of all higher education enrollments as of fall 2015. This share represents the total of those who are taking all of their courses at a distance, and those who are taking a combination of distance and non-distance courses. The proportion of the higher education student body taking advantage of distance education courses has increased each of the last three years. It stood at 25.9% in 2012, at 27.1% in 2013, and at 28.3% in 2014.

To put these figures in context, the proportion of students taking at least one online course for fall 2002 was under ten percent, at 9.6%1. This fraction has grown as institutions introduced online programs and existing distance programs grew their enrollments.

The number of students taking at least one distance education course increased 3.9% over the previous year, and grew by 11.0% in the three years since 2012. The 3.9% growth rate exceeds that observed between 2012 and 2013 (3.4%) and between 2013 and 2014 (3.3%). The 6,022,105 total of distance education students for 2015 includes 4,999,112 who are studying at the undergraduate level, and 1,022,993 who are studying at the graduate level.

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Online learning, Educational video Business and industry Usage: Current and Past

7 out of 10 organizations are starting to incorporate video-based online training into their learning cultures.

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We surveyed 500 L&D professionals from the U.S. and Canada, who either influence or are decision makers for their companies’ L&D budgets. These survey
respondents are LinkedIn members who were selected based on information in their LinkedIn profile and were contacted via email in October 2016. 

Use of video-based online training in organizations

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7 out of 10 organizations are starting to incorporate video-based online training into their learning cultures.

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