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Online Makes Inroads in Higher Learning

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Online Makes Inroads in Higher Learning

Online Makes Inroads in Higher Learning

Online Makes Inroads in Higher Learning

Only Available in Archive Formats.

More and more students are earning their college degrees at the keyboard, as higher education goes online. Neal Conan leads a discussion on the popularity, promise and problems of attending college via the Internet.

Guests:

Peter Stokes, executive vice president, Eduventures

Chet Gardner, Special Assistant to the President, Global Campus

Richard Vedder, director for the Center for College Affordability and Productivity; economics professor, Ohio University

Carole Fungaroli Sargent, Director of Scholarly Publications at Georgetown University and author of Traditional Degrees for Non-Traditional Students

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