Online learning satisfaction rises post-pandemic


Jake Williams
September 15, 2022
Ninety-four percent of online learners reported positive views of online learning, according to a survey published this month by the academic publisher Wiley.
Of the 2,500 adult respondents who enrolled or were planning to enroll in an online degree or certificate program, Wiley found most had positive views. Compared with pre-pandemic data, satisfaction with online learning increased by 8%, the company reported.
“Since we began this report over a decade ago, online learning has evolved substantially,” the report reads. “But the most significant shifts have occurred over the last two years since the COVID-19 pandemic began.”