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Time for Class Toolkit

Time for Class is a national longitudinal survey of 4,000+ higher education faculty and administrators, fielded since 2014 by Tyton Partners and the Babson Survey Research Group. Results inform a comprehensive fact base on the postsecondary digital courseware landscape, in the service of making this complex market easier to navigate for institutions and educators.

The Time for Class Toolkit is a set of research-based action briefs and tools designed to support institutional dialogue, decision-making and action. Use the clickable map below to navigate to a specific brief or you can download the full toolkit.

If you have questions about the study, please email [email protected]

Digital Learning Action Briefs

Courseware Action Briefs

About this Survey

  • Overview
    Overview of Time for Class 2019 survey methodology, sample size, and demographics
  • Tyton Partners
    Tyton Partners is the leading provider of investment banking and strategy consulting services to the education sector and leverages its deep transactional and advisory experience to support a range of clients, including companies, foundations, institutions, and investors.
    ‍For more information, visit www.tytonpartners.com.
  • The Babson Survey Research Group
    The Babson Survey Research Group is a survey design, implementation, and analysis organization. Founded in 2005, the organization has worked on a number of large surveys including an annual survey of online education that includes all colleges and universities in the United States.
    ‍For more information, visit www.onlinelearningsurvey.com.


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