Not long ago, eLearning was mostly seen as a collection of technologies intended to augment long-distance learning and improve classroom experience; these days, however, online education is increasingly being considered a viable alternative to the traditional path of attending brick-and-mortar colleges.
Flexibility, interaction, and access to digital learning materials are often cited as being the greater advantages of online education, but tuition costs are becoming the most important factors among students who prefer the digital campus to the physical campus. Prior to the global financial crisis of 2008, eLearning was mostly focused on master degrees, extra credit, and certificate programs that appealed to working adults; nowadays, high school graduates prefer studying online basically due to the fact that the costs of college tuition are soaring.
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