Growing student interest in online programs, further accelerated by the pandemic, has challenged administrators to offer experiential learning opportunities online or at off-campus locations accessible to online students. Here are some of our researchers’ suggestions for creating the proper infrastructure to remotely deliver lab, clinical, or field work hours.

As we all well know, the law school market has been turbulent these last few years. While a multitude of factors led to a spike in law school applications in 2021, if 2022 is any indication, we don’t expect that increase in demand to sustain itself over time. Of course, what hasn’t changed is the pressure law school leaders face to increase or sustain the academic quality of the incoming class.

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Growing student interest in online programs, further accelerated by the pandemic, has challenged administrators to offer experiential learning opportunities online or at off-campus locations accessible to online students. Here are some of our researchers’ suggestions for creating the proper infrastructure to remotely deliver lab, clinical, or field work hours.

As we all well know, the law school market has been turbulent these last few years. While a multitude of factors led to a spike in law school applications in 2021, if 2022 is any indication, we don’t expect that increase in demand to sustain itself over time. Of course, what hasn’t changed is the pressure law school leaders face to increase or sustain the academic quality of the incoming class.

As we approach the 100th episode of the podcast (featuring a conversation with Inside Higher Ed Editor, Scott Jaschik, which will air on April 19) we wanted to share some of our favorite episodes with you. We hope you enjoy listening to them as much as enjoyed making them.

Even before the pandemic, enrollment in online graduate programs was increasing 6.7% on average annually. And during the COVID-19, enrollment in online graduate programs has surged, increasing 63% from 2019 to 2020. This growing demand for online delivery is pushing some leaders of graduate and adult-serving programs to adapt programs historically only offered in-person for online or hybrid formats.

From my recent conversations with institutional leaders, it’s clear that many are grappling with tough questions about their graduate and adult enrollment strategy. I frequently hear questions like, “Should we invest in expanding our market share in graduate and adult programs, given that undergrad is on the decline?” followed up by “Where should we focus based on our mission and strategic priorities?”

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