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- Only 4.6 percent of Chief Academic Officers agreed that there are no significant barriers to widespread adoption of online learning.
- Nearly two-thirds of the academic leaders cite the need for more discipline on the part of online students as a critical barrier.
- Faculty issues, both acceptance of online and the need for greater time and effort to teach online, are also important barriers.
- Neither a perceived lack of demand on the part of potential students nor the acceptance of an online degree by potential employers was seen as a critical barrier.
khamon on 2008-04-04A cursory assessment of online eLearning at the college level