Online Makes Inroads in Higher Learning

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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