Storms clouds on the digital education horizon

  title={Storms clouds on the digital education horizon},
  author={Thomas C. Reeves},
  journal={Journal of Computing in Higher Education},
  • T. Reeves
  • Published 1 September 2003
  • Education
  • Journal of Computing in Higher Education
ALTHOUGH DIGITAL EDUCATION is growing across all sectors of higher education, many unresolved challenges remain unresolved. This paper focuses on five of them:1.faculty workload in online teaching,2.the continued dominance of traditional pedagogy in digital higher education,3.the weak state of assessment of outcomes in e-learning initiatives,4.flaws in the accreditation process of distance and flexible learning programs and institutions, and5.the disappointing state of educational research in… 

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