How to Assess Your University’s Online Learning Capabilities

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the use of online learning platforms and tools has increased for higher education institutions around the world.  

This white paper will explore how institutions can assess and improve their online learning capacity and capability, including:  

  • The current state of online learning 
  • How to identify areas for improvement in your online learning offering 
  • How students can get the most from online learning 
  • How institutions are proactively preparing for the future 

To discover these insights, please complete the short form to download a free copy today.  

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