CDLRA releases results of national online, digital learning survey

October 31, 2019

The Canadian Digital Learning Research Association (CDLRA) has released data from its 2019 survey of online and digital learning. Key findings of the survey include: online course enrollments in Canadian postsecondary institutions have grown approximately 10% in 2019; there is a lack of universal reporting requirements for online offerings; numerous institutions are exploring the use of alternative credentials; and the use of open educational resources is widespread, but often experimental. A summary of the survey by CFLRA concludes that, “the results [of the survey] illustrate a paradox between the stated perception that online learning is important for institutions compared to the implementation of strategies for online learning.” Inside Higher Ed | CDLRA (National)