Higher Education Goes Online

In 2020, online learning became the default when an estimated 70% of students worldwide were affected by the temporary closures caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. It was the much-needed push for higher education to get into the e-learning space.

Technology, including faster and more secure networks, Artificial Intelligence (AI), affordable computers, and more powerful mobile computing, are changing traditional education. Going online solves many challenges, including high costs and rigid course structure and pace. It is also a solution to the forecasted 15% to 20% decline in post-pandemic global enrollment for higher education.

Some globally renowned universities and Ivy League colleges are already offering a variety of online courses.

Would the future be primarily digital for tertiary education?

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