Rethinking the Flexibility of Online Learning

Since its inception, online learning has been hailed as beneficial because it enables us to study anytime and anywhere. A new study by two Royal Roads University researchers, Shandell Houlden and George Veletsianos, casts doubt on this assumption. In fact, according to Houlden and Veletsianos, the flexibility associated with online learning may even be compromising […] The post Rethinking the Flexibility of Online Learning appeared first on eLearningInside News.

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