This blog has been provided by special guest Julia Morrissey of Seige Media.
There are numerous benefits to online learning, making this format an appealing alternative to traditional on-campus or in-person learning. In 2019, Research and Markets forecasted the online education market will reach $230 billion by 2025, and with the impact of COVID-19, it’s likely that online learning will see even greater growth. In many ways, the current state of learning and working remotely has shown that online learning is a convenient and sustainable model. In addition to being advantageous during a public health crisis, the impact of online learning is far reaching. It’s an option that makes education more accessible for students and which promotes work-life balance. In the visual below, the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences outlines the benefits of online learning and how individuals can utilize these benefits to foster personal and professional growth.
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