Online learning playing increasingly critical role in preparing learners ‘for success in their careers’, says report - Educational Technology

The pandemic has caused disruption and complications in diverse fields and industry, but in the case of online learning, it proved to be a boon, according to a new report by Wiley Education Services. The study, titled Voice of the Online Learner, highlights the impact of COVID-19 on the online learning community, unveiling the growing demand from students that e-learning connects to and supports career outcomes, and uncovering learners’ key considerations when selecting an online degree. It shows that the events of the last 18 months have helped to produce an emerging type of learner: the ‘post-pandemic online learner’, who is generally younger and typically enjoyed much of what they have experienced in the last 18 months.

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