Nov 26
Inside Higher Ed

Georgia tech is considering creating brick-and-mortar "storefronts" for prospective and current students to sample its course offerings, listen to lectures and network.

The effort is part of Georgia Tech's plans to make its online degrees and professional education certificates more appealing to the nontraditional students of tomorrow, who the institution predicts will expect "flexible learning experiences." Read the full story via Inside Higher Ed.

Georgia Tech is Imagining an Apple Store for Online Degrees