Distance Education

distance-learning3There is a revolution taking place in higher education—the face-to-face (f2f) model of delivering classes, used since time immemorial, is being supplemented (and in some cases supplanted) by distance learning. 

The new large demographic of students are working adults who require a more flexible schedule than being in a classroom for 7 hours a day.  According to the Gates Foundation, 62% of all students are working full or part time, 59% of them are commuting students, and nearly 67% are non-Pell Grant students who attend full time. 

Enter distance education / blended learning.

distance-learning2In today’s education landscape, 50% of all students will take a distance education / online course during their college careers, and the number who are 100% online is approaching 20% and growing. All higher education institutions should be making changes to meet these new demands, yet many institutions struggle to break free from traditional approaches—even when they put their very existence at risk.

TCL helps institutions create and implement their plans for distance education, including new programs and/or converting all or part of your current course offerings for online or blended delivery. 

It doesn’t have to be hard.  Let TCL help you develop and implement this “new” way of learning that has changed education forever.

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