Online occupational education in community colleges: Prevalence and contextual factorsBenerd School of Education Faculty Books and Book Chapters
DescriptionThis study examined the current state of online occupational programs in community colleges and explored issues related to institutional, economic, and social indicators that influence (a) the offering of online programs and (b) the programmatic connection to workforce development needs. This project is the first national study that categorizes and inventories specific types of online occupational programs in community colleges. The study included a national random sample of 321 institutions in the United States. Data were collected through institutional websites, statewide websites, follow-up emails, and phone inquiries to institutions. The following sections summarize key findings.
PublisherNational Research Center for Career and Technical Education
Citation InformationRod P. Githens, F. Crawford and T. M. Sauer. Online occupational education in community colleges: Prevalence and contextual factors. Louisville, KY(2010) p. 1 - 50
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rod-githens/32/