Course Material Insight Report Shows Higher Ed Leaders See the Value in Equitable Access
Across higher education, there is a rise in interest in Equitable Access, a program where students receive all of their required course materials (physical or digital) before the first day of class.
We commissioned a survey of over 300 higher education administrators to get a pulse on how leaders in the industry view course materials, textbooks, and delivery models - including Equitable Access.
Survey participants were members of the C-Suite and Executives from offices including academic affairs, student success, student support, auxiliary finance, and the business office. Respondents work at over 170 unique campuses, including public, private, two-year, four-year, and technical institutions.
The survey results show that an incredible 95% of institutional leaders agree that an Equitable Access textbook program would help their students. Nearly four in five respondents also answered that textbooks should be included in the tuition price.
Equitable Access continues to be one of the most talked about topics in higher education. The Course Material Insights Report provides a deeper understanding of how higher education leaders view the delivery model. Download the FREE full report to see how your peers think about course materials and student success.