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The Revolution of Online Education

The concept of traditional education has changed radically within the last couple of years. Being physically present in a classroom is not the only learning option anymore — not with the rise of the internet and new technologies, at least. It was hard to understand the notion of leaving behind the conventional classroom, especially if it is to face this vast space called The Internet.

But, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed education forever. With this sudden shift away from the classroom in many parts of the globe, some are wondering whether the adoption of online learning will continue to persist post-pandemic, and how such a shift would impact the worldwide education market.

What is online learning?

Online learning is an educational medium that allows everyone to participate in courses via the internet. We do not need to visit lecture halls or classrooms, and we can choose to learn whatever we want from the comfort of our own homes.

There are also a few disadvantages to online learning. Some people learn better in classroom environments. Some people also find they get lonely if they spend too much time isolated from their colleagues.

However, that is the beauty of the online learning industry. Just because you take an online course does not mean you can’t pursue other traditional educational endeavors. In fact, a well-rounded education is just what e-learning provides.

Benefits of online education

There are many benefits to learning online, but the biggest ones are:

1.The freedom to learn whatever you want - You can find online courses on just about any subject you can imagine. Plus, if you can’t find a course that interests you, online platforms give you the chance to create a course yourself. 

2. Comfort of learning from your own home - Some days, you don’t want to leave the house. It’s understandable. You can still exercise your mind without the fighting through traffic. If you pursue online learning, you can continue your coursework without stepping foot outside.

3. Reduced education costs - Online courses come at a much lower rate so you can easy choose an education that fits your budget. If you save money on education, you can put it toward other expenses, whether you’re saving for your next vacation or something else.

4. Expand your career horizons -  If you’re proactive about expanding your career possibilities, you don’t have to put your fate in the hands of the economy. Instead, you make your own success. When you think you might want to change careers, inexpensive online courses let you test the waters first. 

5. Boost your brain and keep it healthy - Continued learning also means keeping your brain doing what it does best: thinking. When you continually challenge your brain, you keep it active and healthy, which can have long-term health and wellness benefits.


There is no need to discount the skepticism surrounding education through the internet because there’s nothing wrong with traditional education. In fact, if you want a four-year degree or a graduate-level education, you should pursue it.

However, online learning opens up a new world of education. Flexibility, diversity of subject matter, and the ability to expand your career horizons are just a few of the advantages of online learning. 

So, we are now entering a new era — the revolution of online education.