More students want virtual-learning options. Here’s where the debate stands.

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “For some faculty, the need to accommodate students — some of whom kept attending their mostly in-person classes online, Covid or no Covid — was ballooning their workloads. … While adult learners have long preferred such flexibility … more 18- to 24-year-olds also want online courses — as well as hybrid courses, where they can attend a class in-person one day and virtually the next. … ‘I think it’s important to recognize that for a lot of people, quarantine was the daily state of our lives, and then having everything transitioned to Zoom was actually the world opening up and not closing down,’ said Li, a comparative literature student and a co-founder of Princeton’s Disability Collective.”

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