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The 2019 National Survey of Online Learning in Canadian Post-secondary Education: Preliminary Results and Implications

Summary of the presentation The 2019 National Survey of Online Learning in Canadian Post-secondary Education: Preliminary Results and Implications. Moderated by Tony Bates.


This is a follow-up from the first survey from 2017. Results are now available at https://onlinelearningsurveycanada.ca/ One of our main aims is to ensure our work adds value to responding institutions. 

(Obligatory thanking of sponsors)

Team:  Nicole Johnson, Tricia Donovan, Jeff Seaman, Tony Bates Also a panel of executive consultants.

Main presentation from Nicole Johnson.

We're giving you the tip of the iceberg today, the national report is coming out soon, the regional reports later.

Response Rate

- 164 of 234 institutions (70%) representing 90% of the student body and 95% of the online enrollment.

Key Findings

1. Online learning continues to steadily increase.

2. Digital learning is in an ongoing state of evolution and definitions will need to evolve to reflect changing practices. Eg. when we're asking…

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