Tony Bates reports: "The public report of the 2018 national survey of online and distance learning in Canadian universities and colleges is now available in English and French for free download on the survey web sites": https://onlinelearningsurveycanada.ca/publications-2018/ and https://formationenlignecanada.ca/publications-2018/ He also offers some comments on the results. First, "online learning still a small but significant component of post-secondary teaching." Additionally, "online learning is more widespread institutionally and of less variation in quality in Canada than the USA." Still, he writers, "The most important – and most difficult – is faculty resistance and lack of training." Finally, he writes, "we need to move beyond seeing online learning as just improving access (as important as that is) to seeing it as a key tool for developing 21st century skills."