Online Learning Is Evolving to Finally Put Community First - Greg Smith, Entrepreneur

From static and solitary, online learning is evolving to a more dynamic future: one that starts with genuine connection. Between 2019 and 2021, the industry exploded, going from $200 billion to over $315 billion in value. And while it's easy to credit public health restrictions for catapulting online courses into the mainstream, that doesn't mean the trend is on track to wane as Covid (hopefully) retreats into the rearview. The appeal of affordable, flexible and accessible knowledge on everything from bread-baking to resume-writing is here to stay, with the industry projected to be worth $1 trillion by 2028. But the future of online learning won't look like it did during the era of social distancing and isolation.

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