Online Education published another great infographic! This week, the focus is on the Textbooks of Tomorrow: Digital Textbooks Will Take Off as Print Dwindles. The infographic points out many evident truths about textbooks in education today and the ways that digital technologies provide increased benefits.
Steve Murdock, Ph.D. spoke at the Future of State Universities Conference in Dallas, Texas about how changes in U.S. demographics will affect the structure of universities and the success of America on the whole in the future.
Best Education Sites published a compelling infographic recently that takes a close look at the correlation between a school, college or university's web presence and its overall quality. The infographic "Best Education Sites: The Schools that Rule the Web," says that the Internet - as expected - is revolutionizing education.
OnlinePHDprograms.com, an online Ph.D. degree provider, published an excellent infographic this week on "Online Students vs. Traditional Students." The infographic looks at the reasons students choose online learning over traditional classrooms and environments, the courses they take, and the outcomes from online learning. In light of the economic downturn, many students find that online learning is a more cost effective solution and efficient management of time. Their choice to go online oftentimes reflect positively in the outcomes.
We all love infographics. Why? Well, they help us grasp information in a quick and fun way that appeals to our visual senses. In fact, there's an infographic here explaining that. Below you'll find 10 infographics that discuss learning in many different capacities - online, blended, mobile, etc. Tell us, what's your favorite infographic on learning?