Online learning

Online learning Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
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336 Organizations reported 2014 data

Average percentage of formal learning hours delivered online

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Online learning K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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Online and digital usage data and information was collected directly from state education agencies, state education statistics databases, state reports, regional education services agencies, and a sample of large and small school districts and schools.

            The Evergreen Education Group research team attempts to collect statewide online learning usage data at the state agency level where possible. In many states online programs are not required to report online enrollments and associated information. Also, some states that do collect such data did not have it available in time to be analyzed and published in this report.

            Data was collected directly from all 24 state virtual schools through data collection survey instruments and personal interviews with key representatives from each organization. Through surveys and personal interviews, data was also collected from several charter and virtual school management organizations.

            In order to show a supply-side view not available through traditional data collection techniques, interviews were held and data was collected from a variety of product and service providers, including small and large education publishers, content providers, software tools providers, and education management organizations.

            Evergreen also utilized a range of secondary research from sources, including recent research from foundations, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, and several others.

Total students taking online courses / Total number of online courses taken

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Online learning Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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n~7000
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The sample for this analysis is comprised of all active, degree-granting institutions of higher education in the United States that are open to the public.

The universe of active, degree-granting higher education institutions that are open to the public contains 4,891 institutions; a total of 2,807 survey responses were included in the analysis, representing 57.4% of the sample universe. Because non-responding institutions are predominately those with the smallest enrollments, the institutions included in the analysis represent 78.7% percent of higher education enrollments. The 2013 responses were merged with the data from the previous survey years (994 responses in 2003, 1,170 in 2004, 1,025 in 2005, 2,251 in 2006, 2,504 in 2007, 2,577 in 2008, 2,590 in 2009, 2,583 in 2010, 2,512 in 2011 2,820 in 2012, and 2,831 in 2013) for examination of changes over time.

Percentage of Academic Leaders who think it is harder to retain students in online course than in face-to-face courses

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Online learning Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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n~7000
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The sample for this analysis is comprised of all active, degree-granting institutions of higher education in the United States that are open to the public.

The universe of active, degree-granting higher education institutions that are open to the public contains 4,891 institutions; a total of 2,807 survey responses were included in the analysis, representing 57.4% of the sample universe. Because non-responding institutions are predominately those with the smallest enrollments, the institutions included in the analysis represent 78.7% percent of higher education enrollments. The 2013 responses were merged with the data from the previous survey years (994 responses in 2003, 1,170 in 2004, 1,025 in 2005, 2,251 in 2006, 2,504 in 2007, 2,577 in 2008, 2,590 in 2009, 2,583 in 2010, 2,512 in 2011 2,820 in 2012, and 2,831 in 2013) for examination of changes over time.

Percentage of academic leaders who think online education is critical to the long-term strategy of their institution

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Other trends, Mobile learning, Online learning K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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More than 521,000 K-12 students, parents, educators, and community members
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More than 521,000 K-12 students, parents, educators, and community members participated in Speak Up 2014

Digital solutions implemented in schools with positive results

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Digital Learning Technologies, Online learning, Mobile learning, Social media Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
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777
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Only U.S.-based corporations and educational institutions with 100 or more employees were included in the analysis. The data represents a cross-section of industries and company sizes:
- Small companies (100-999 employees): 30%
- Midsize companies (1,000-9,999 employees): 41%
- Large companies (10,000 or more employees): 29%
Total respondents: 777

Training hours by different delivery methods

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Digital Learning Technologies, Online learning, Mobile learning Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
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998
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Only U.S.-based corporations and educational institutions with 100 or more employees were included in the analysis. The data represents a cross-section of industries and company sizes:
- Small companies (100-999 employees): 28%
- Midsize companies (1,000-9,999 employees): 41%
- Large companies (10,000 or more employees): 31%
Total respondents: 998

Training hours by different delivery methods

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2014
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Online learning Higher education Usage: Current and Past
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n ~ 2,800
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The sample for this analysis is comprised of all active, degree-granting institutions of higher education in the United States.

The sample universe contains 4,726 institutions; a total of 2,831 responses were included in the analysis, representing 59.9 percent of the sample universe. Because non-responding institutions are predominately those with the smallest enrollments, the institutions included in the analysis represent 81.0 percent of higher education enrollments. The 2013 responses were merged with the data from the previous survey years (994 responses in 2003, 1,170 in 2004, 1,025 in 2005, 2,251 in 2006, 2,504 in 2007, 2,577 in 2008, 2,590 in 2009, 2,583 in 2010, 2,512 in 2011 and 2,820 in 2012) for examination of changes over time.

Among colleges and universities, the percentage of students taking online courses has greatly increased

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2013
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Digital Learning Technologies, Online learning, Mobile learning, Social media Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
Sample Size:
785
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Only U.S.-based corporations and educational institutions with 100 or more employees were included in the analysis. The data represents a cross-section of industries and company sizes:
- Small companies (100-999 employees): 33%
- Midsize companies (1,000-9,999 employees): 39%
- Large companies (10,000 or more employees): 28%
Total respondents: 785

Training hours by different delivery methods

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Online learning K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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294,399
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In fall 2010, Project Tomorrow surveyed 294,399 K-12 students, 42,267 parents, 35,525 teachers, 2,125 librarians, 3,578 school/district administrators and 1,391 technology leaders representing 6,541 public and private schools from 1,340 districts. Schools from urban (34 percent), suburban (29 percent) and rural (37 percent) communities are represented. Over one-half of the schools that participated in Speak Up 2010 are Title I eligible (an indicator of student population poverty) and 34 percent have more than 50 percent minority population attending. The Speak Up 2010 surveys were available online for input between October 18, 2010 and January 21st, 2011.

Percentage of U.S. Students Taking Online Classes

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