Researchers split over benefits of online learning:

There is conflicting research on the effects of online learning on student achievement. Some studies show that distance learning is more effective, while others report that face-to-face instruction is best. One study found that students might be more likely to put off watching archived lectures that are available online if they do not have to attend class.

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