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Professors Slow to Adopt Digital Learning While Online Spiritual Formation Grows

Most professors think that the quality of online education is inferior to face-to-face education, and two-thirds of those surveyed have never published scholarship digitally, according to two 2012 surveys. Meanwhile, seminaries are adopting online education, with positive results, in the face of declining enrollment and a growing desire by the public to engage in online spiritual quests. Read more about online education in a blog post by Matt Forster on the website of InTrust, a membership organization that seeks to strengthen governance of North American schools of theology. Also read “Can you do spiritual formation online?”  an article that appeared in the fall 2012 issue of InTrust magazine, a publication of InTrust. 



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