Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Serving Ethnic Minorities and Low-Income Students

Are ethnic minorities and low-income students served equally well through online teaching as white middle-class students?

Panelists: Online learning can help minority students

Minority Students Turning to Online Schools for Advanced Degrees

Incorporating the Hybrid Learning Model into Minority Education at a Historically Black University

Minorities and Online Higher Education
Students from minority cultures are particularly vulnerable to feeling isolated from the majority culture on many campuses. Online education has the potential for mitigating this problem, however.

Factors Influencing Faculty Use of Technology in Online Instruction: A Case Study - Elizabeth Reed Osika, et al - Chicago State University
If a large minority-serving institution’s faculty does not adapt well, the students will not be served.

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