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UK students less positive about online learning


Survey finds less enthusiasm for online education among UK respondents

British learners are “falling behind” their counterparts in the US and Australia when it comes to online learning, according to a report.

Future Learn, an online learning platform run in association with the Open University, found that the Covid-19 pandemic had made around a third of adults in Australia (35 per cent) and the US (34 per cent) more interested in online learning, compared with 34 per cent of survey respondents from the US who agreed and just 25 per cent from the UK.

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