This infographic is a bar chart showcasing each digital learning term, the brief definition, and the percentage of survey respondents agreeing with that definition as broken down by surveys of U.S. respondents vs. Canadian respondents.
Footnote reads: “WCET (the WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies) funded the U.S. survey and analysis. Bay View Analytics conducted the survey in partnership with the co-authors, WCET, the Canadian Digital Learning Research Association (CDLRA), Online Learning Consortium (OLC), Quality Matters, and the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA). The United States data were collected from May 11th to June 3rd, 2022 and include 987 faculty and 1,051 administrators. The respondents represent the full range of higher education institutions (two-year, four-year, all Carnegie classifications, and public, private nonprofit, and for-profit). Respondents represent 870 different institutions from all fifty states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. The Canadian data were collected from May 17th and June 30th, 2022 and include 172 faculty and administrators. The respondents represent the range of Canadian publicly-funded post-secondary institutions (by location, size, and type of institution).”
Note at bottom of the page reads: “Visit wcet.wiche.edu/definitions-survey for more information.”