The inevitability of online education
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In the Chronicle of Higher Education this week, Margaret Brooks writes an ’emperor-has-no-clothes’ piece on what she refers to as the ‘excellent inevitability of online courses’. Says Brooks:
Dismissing the arguments of those who oppose online education or who make pleas for equal treatment with F2F, Brooks opines that people should stop apologising for online education and goes on to provide eight good reasons why. In the process, she mounts an excellent case for authentic learning. Go and ask any digital native.