Digital Learning Pulse Survey Findings

The Digital Learning Pulse Survey is an ongoing series to better understand the needs of colleges in the wake of the transformative disruption brought on by COVID-19. The surveys are conducted by Bay View Analytics on behalf of the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), the Association for Community College Trustees, Achieving the Dream, Phi Theta Kappa, HERDI (the Higher Education Research and Development Institute), CollegePulse and primary partner and underwriter Cengage. This project is devoted to discovering the true picture of this major shift to digital, taking a pulse on how students, faculty and administrators are feeling during this life-changing time.

Below you can access all the current findings, with more to come soon!

Fall 2021
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Infographic: Digital Learning Pulse Survey: Student, Faculty, and Administrator Perspectives on Digital Learning in the Community College

Spring 2021
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PDF: Pandemic Era Report Card

Infographic: Pandemic Era Report Card

Article: University Business: Online learning gets A, B grades from students, faculty, administrators

Article: Campus Technology: 73 Percent of Students Prefer Some Courses Be Fully Online Post-Pandemic

Article: Inside Higher Ed: Students Want Online Learning Options Post-Pandemic

Winter 2020-2021

Infographic: Insight on the Post-Pandemic College Classroom

Article: Nearly Half of Faculty Say Pandemic Changes to Teaching Are Here to Stay

Article: College faculty see increased value in digital learning

Article: Fernando Bleichmar: A Year into the Pandemic and the Great Online Learning Experiment – Will Edtech Stick?

Fall 2020
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Infographic: HED Readiness for Teaching Online

PowerPoint® from Webinar: Higher Ed’s Responsive Strategies to COVID

Article: College Faculty and Administrators Feel Prepared to Teach Online This Fall

Spring/Summer 2020
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Infographic: HED’s Response to COVID-19

PowerPoint® from Webinar: The Great Shift to Remote Learning

Article: Inside Higher Ed (Doug Lederman)

Article: Faculty and Administrative Comment Analysis

Article: Online Learning Journal