Digitization of Books – Reasons And Benefits of Going Online

In the last few months, the pedagogical landscape has undergone a significant transformation. Face-to-face classes, conducted in traditional brick and mortar establishments, have slowly been rendered ineffective. Instead, a remotely operated and highly specialized online education system has emerged with the primary aim to deliver asynchronous learning, increase remote engagement opportunities, and offer a self-paced learning environment. 

So much so that the online education market, which was worth about $247 million in 2016, is now expected to breach the barrier of $1.96 billion by 2021 – thus registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 52%! 

Related: Is Online Education Better than Traditional Education?

However, despite such a burgeoning scenario, a large number of schools and colleges are failing to ride the digital bandwagon, owing to a paucity in their human, infrastructural, and capital resources. This has resulted in the creation of a major gap in the way both teaching and learning domains operate across various instructional cross-sections. 

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