Is Remote Learning Working for UK Students?

Digital learning has many benefits. It can make education more flexible, more accessible, and better suited to the lifestyle of the modern student. But what do the students themselves make of it? Is digital learning working as well in practice as it does in theory? Or are students missing out on elements of their education that simply cannot be replicated online?

Some students in the U.K., facing their third year in which some or all of their course will be taught online, are not entirely convinced that digital learning is offering them value for money. For most of us, a laptop is just a convenient way to work, track social media, shop, watch sports online, and play games. But for a whole generation of university students, they have become lecture halls, tutorials, tutor access and so much more. For some of these students, this isn’t nearly enough.

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