Saturday, December 10, 2016

Enrollment in Indiana University online classes reaches new heights - Kelly Evans, Indiana Daily Student

In the fall of 2012, IU announced the implementation of a new learning curriculum with the hopes of extending education to more groups of students and truly making the IU culture and what it means to be a Hoosier accessible to young minds everywhere. Today students know this program as IU Online — or informally known as the online alternative to many in-person courses. Just four years after its development, more than 25 percent of IU students are enrolled in online classes through the program at IU, according to IU Online.

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