Will Colleges Stick with an eLearning Model?

Before the pandemic, many educational experts were wonderintg when and to what extent the online learning model would disrupt higher education. After all, the technology existed. It seemed to some like a matter of time before the economic case would make the incentives to transition overwhelming.

However, that didn’t happen. Many universities continued to deliver education in the same format. While the technology was ready, the correct financial incentives were not. Universities very much seem themselves as operating on an in-person model.

But with the advent of COVID-19, that all changed. It was no longer possible for universities to give classes to packed lecture theaters. They had to either shut down or provide education online.

The COVID-19 Shock

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