The Future of Education is Online and the Future is Now (InfoGraphic)

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Traditional education is being disrupted by online education. In fact, 65% of college and universities now say that online courses are a critical part of their long-term strategy (TWEET THIS STATISTIC).

It is clear that this trend is affecting the main stream population of college and university students with 31% of them now taking at least one course online (TWEET THIS STATISTIC).

New technology is fueling online education adoption and enabling it to be very effective.

This is why online classes have swelled to enroll over 6.1 million students in at least one online course (TWEET THIS STATISTIC).

What role do you think online education will play in the future of higher learning? Have you taken part in the online learning trend? We’d love for you to share your comments with us:

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