A majority of students and faculty say they believe the COVID-19 pandemic will radically and permanently transform higher education, according to a new survey about online learning experiences during the pandemic.
Eighty-three percent of students believe their higher-ed experiences will be permanently changed, and 89 percent of faculty believe the same about their role.
The survey from RingCentral takes stock of students’ and instructors’ views of online learning up to this point, and also examines views about the fall semester.
Forty-three percent of surveyed students who were enrolled in institutions that were not fully online before COVID-19 say they think their online learning experiences thus far have been only “somewhat” effective.
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