It has been expected that by 2019 around 40% of graduates and post graduates will be taking at-least one course online.
From traditional university courses to completely online colleges, higher education today offers a different variety of options for students.
With clever design, user experience, multimedia, easy availability to all online courses are proving to be a richer and more effective learning experience than traditional classes and courses.
SAVINGS FOR STUDENTS
A students can also save money, since some online programmes cost less credit hours, and they don’t have to spend on transportation expenses. Individuals who have children also may study at home and save on the cost of child care.
CHANGE FOR COMMUNICATION AND COOPERATION
Online courses may be less scary than the traditional classroom, and could help to increase student interaction. By allowing everyone to have a voice, share thoughts grow diverse as well.
ECO – FRIENDLY
Online Learning is also a better choice to go green and keep our eco-system healthy. The Britain openstudy found that elearning consumes an average of 90% and produces 85% fewer CO2 emissions per student than conventional traditional courses.
Students not only can take a courses online they can even complete entire degrees while working, or while taking time to raise a family.
Organizations with strong learning culture significantly outperform their peers. Most of them are more prone to be first to market with greater employee productivity, better respond to customer needs, greater ability to discovering/creating new products and services, more prepared to take care of future demand and more likely to be the market leader. (Bersin and Associates, 2012).