Originally posted on 6 February 2023 | By Glen D. Vondrick
In 2020, every organization that teaches, trains, or educates was forced to move all their classroom activities to the virtual space — or shut down. For businesses and schools, shutting down was not an option, and a great experiment in virtual learning accelerated.
Today, many instances of virtual learning have persisted beyond the time when they could have returned to their former in-person iterations. Organizations have found unique benefits in virtual learning: cost savings, widely available high-quality instruction, technical features that enable interaction and in-depth discussion, and better metrics for assessing participation and results.
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