Enrollment growth in distance education at community colleges outpaced overall growth in higher education, and colleges are increasingly turning to off-campus instructors who telecommute to deal with that demand, according to the results of the Instructional Technology Council’s 2010 Distance Education Survey.
The survey of 139 colleges found a 9-percent increase in online enrollment from fall 2009 to fall 2010, which is greater than the 7-percent overall growth and 8-percent community-college growth reported by the National Center for Education Statistics. Enrollment in online courses grew among both traditional and nontraditional students, according to the survey conducted by the council, which is affiliated with the American Association of Community Colleges.
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