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Distance Learning Stats and Figures

DISTANCE LEARNING STATS & FIGURES In 2003, less than 10% of students take online courses 1 In 2009, 29% of students take 2 courses online In 2011, 140 M people' 3. In 2002, publicly traded universities derived only 12% from online education; today have enrolled online IN 1980, PERSONAL COMPUTERS BEGIN TO BE USED FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. IN 1989 UNIVERSITY OF the same school receives over PHOENIX WENT ONLINE 60% from e-learning. Online education is the fastest growing segment of higher education increasing at 50% per year MONEY SPENT ON SELF-PACED E-LEARNING Middle East Africa Western ACROSS THE GLOBE Europe $8.1BN $560.7M $512.8M by Is expected to double by the In the 1st decade of 20th century, over 85% of US's post secondary school offer online education 35.6bn 2015 in 2011 end of 2015 56.2bn 94% of all online students study at institutions with over a 1000 enrollments in 2013 IN 2004, 'PODCAST' ENTERS THE ENGLISH LEXICON About 4.6/10 college students are taking at least 1 course online By 2019, approx. half of all college classes will be e-learning based Source: www.nces.ed.gov O http://www.cob.ac/ COLLEGE OF BIRMINGHAM f https://www.facebook.com/cobirmingham S https://plus.google.com/111740015653900252649/about

Distance Learning Stats and Figures

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This info-graphic shows the history of online education and its evolution since its beginning in the 1980s. It also shows how much online education is expected to grow by the end of 2015.

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