The majority of Dutch consumers also want to take exams and tests online for future online education. In addition, explanations via video are very popular. This is evident from the E-Learning Monitor, a large-scale study by Multiscope among 4,600 Dutch people.
The Dutch consider online examinations (55 percent) and downloadable study material (49%) to be important in online education. In addition, lessons via image and sound also appear to be very popular.
Almost two in five Dutch people prefer a live stream with the teacher and students. An even larger share (47 percent) requires explanations via video. The latter group consists more often of 18 to 34 year olds (51%) than the over 35s (44%).
A large group of Dutch people think online education is no less valuable than regular education (40%). In addition, more than a third (35%) think that the majority of all courses will be online within 10 years. However, a third (33%) still have doubts about its efficiency.
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