By Gary Lloyd
BIRMINGHAM — For the third time in a decade, Jefferson State Community College earned national recognition as one of the top 10 digital community colleges in the country in the 10th annual Digital Community College Survey released Thursday.
The survey analyzes how community colleges use digital technologies to improve services to students, faculty, staff and the community at large.
All accredited United States community colleges are eligible to participate in the survey in three classifications based on size of enrollment.
“Technology is being used on campuses and in lecture halls to lower costs and improve student outcomes,” said Alan Cox, senior vice president for the Center for Digital Education. “This year’s survey indicates that community colleges are making great strides in using data to improve decisions, providing professional development to assist faculty in the use of technology, and creating robust online and mobile environments for their students. Congratulations to this year’s survey winners.”
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