The Time for Class series was first published in 2015 to share findings from Tyton Partners’ 2014 surveys of over 2,700 postsecondary faculty and administrators on their use and perceptions of digital courseware. This paper is an update to the Time for Class series and includes findings from two fall 2016 surveys of a national sample of 3,500 postsecondary faculty and administrators. The purpose of this series is to illuminate the state of digital learning in higher education and to provide recommendations to the field on opportunities to expand digital learning in service of improved student outcomes.
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