The Key Podcast | Ep.80: The Evolving Dialog About High quality in On-line Studying



Has increased schooling’s compelled experimentation with distant studying modified how college students, professors, schools and the general public view on-line schooling? And can it make them kind of more likely to take part in it? 

This week’s episode of The Key explores Inside Increased Ed’s latest report, The Evolving Dialog About High quality in On-line Studying.” The report examines a variety of points across the present and future state of technology-enabled studying to attempt to assist directors and school members put together to ship high-quality digital instruction, nonetheless it matches into their institutional missions. 

Lori Williams, president and CEO of the Nationwide Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), joins The Key this week to debate the report and its implications for schools, professors and coverage makers. NC-SARA. Williams discusses how the pandemic has modified perceptions and practices round on-line schooling and methods to choose high quality in digital studying, amongst different subjects. 

Hosted by Inside Increased Ed Editor Doug Lederman. This episode is sponsored by NC-SARA.

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