3 Reasons Your Faculty Resists Online Learning

| December 27, 2018

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The top three concerns driving the bulk of faculty resistance fall into three key areas: quality, support, and incentives. See the infographic below to learn why there is concern and how college and university administrators can address them to foster faculty support for online learning initiatives.

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