ALN BUSINESS MODELS AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Gary E. Miller, Stephen Schiffman

Abstract


The ways institutions have structured their initial innovation with online learning vary greatly. Initial business model decisions present different challenges in terms of how institutions will integrate online learning. This paper looks at several common business models and the opportunities and challenges that each presents to institutions that want to fully integrate online learning.


Keywords


Institutional Transformation,Access,Quality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24059/olj.v10i2.1760