Time for Class 2024

This year’s Time for Class details the use of digital learning tools and how these innovations continue to improve access and flexibility in current online, hybrid, and in-person learning environments.

Gathering data from 3,000+ higher education administrators, instructors, and students, this publication assesses the preferences of each group and provides a clear path forward, giving actionable insights to significantly improve access to digital learning.


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Key findings:

  • 52% of administrators ranked “‘improving access and flexibility for students”’ as the primary goal of digital learning at their institution. However, only 25% of administrators and 36% of instructors report that digital learning has resulted in success for all students.  
  • Students are still limited in their access to basic digital tools and infrastructure: half of students report experiencing stress from unstable internet and lack of access to software and devices 
  • Students continue to lead instructors and administrators in their use of generative AI tools: 59% are regular (monthly or more) users compared to ~40% of instructors and administrators. However, both students (45%) and instructors (28%) report increased academic workloads as a result.