A shift to digital learning is important when it comes to solving long-standing problems in the higher education system, according to surveyed higher education faculty.

Pearson's “Digital appetite vs. what's on the table: Student attitudes toward digital course materials in 2016” surveyed learners, educators and administrators to gauge their opinions about digital course materials and digital learning strategies.

The survey revealed that educators see benefits for their students who have shifted to digital course materials.

Seventy-eight percent of surveyed educators reported that their students benefit from a growing role of digital in the classroom. They don’t only see benefits...

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