Report: Most Learners Have Found They Like Online Learning

Campus Technology - Unsurprisingly, a new survey has found that online learning "gained traction" in the pandemic. Nearly six in 10 prospective online learners and those enrolled in online programs during 2020-2021 (59 percent) said the pandemic had "motivated them to enroll in an online program." A third of prospective and enrolled online students hadn't considered online learning at all, prior to March 2020, when most institutions closed their physical campuses.

 

Unsurprisingly, a new survey has found that online learning "gained traction" in the pandemic. Nearly six in 10 prospective online learners and those enrolled in online programs during 2020-2021 (59 percent) said the pandemic had "motivated them to enroll in an online program." A third of prospective and enrolled online students hadn't considered online learning at all, prior to March 2020, when most institutions closed their physical campuses.

Unsurprisingly, a new survey has found that online learning "gained traction" in the pandemic. Nearly six in 10 prospective online learners and those enrolled in online programs during 2020-2021 (59 percent) said the pandemic had "motivated them to enroll in an online program." A third of prospective and enrolled online students hadn't considered online learning at all, prior to March 2020, when most institutions closed their physical campuses.

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