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MCNY DL Case-Study: Paradigm Shift in Serving Predominantly Black Minority Students
Digital Learning Publications
  • Jaya Kannan, Sacred Heart University
  • Tilokie Depoo, Metropolitan College - New York
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Presentation
Publication Date
1-1-2011
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Abstract
According to the 2010 Sloan Consortium report, although one-third of the country's 4500 universities offer online degree programs, only about ten percent of the nation's Historically Black colleges (HBC) do. Even among black colleges, compared with two-thirds of the public institutions that are offering distance programs, only ten percent of the private colleges do so (2007 report released by the Digital Learning Lab of Howard University). This gap between private and black colleges is said to be attributable to institutional mission.
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Presented: Kannan, Jaya, Depoo, Tilokie. "MCNY DL Case-Study: Paradigm Shift in Serving Predominantly Black Minority Students." University of Wisconsin 27th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning. 2011.

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Kannan, Jaya, Depoo, Tilokie. "MCNY DL Case-Study: Paradigm Shift in Serving Predominantly Black Minority Students." University of Wisconsin 27th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning. 2011.