A new study has found that students using digital learning software such as MOOCs are more likely to be academically prepared for college.
In fact, it has been suggested that digital learning helps students learn by using the tools they have at their disposal.
Read more 1/6 How much online schooling do you need?
The average UK student is now spending an average of £11,200 on online education per year, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics.
This compares to an average UK adult spending just £9,800 on online learning.
Getty 2/6 What is online education?
Online education is the process of teaching students to use computer programs to study and gain an understanding of the world.
It is similar to the way a teacher helps a student develop the skills they need to become an effective member of society.
3/6 Who is using online education now?
There are currently around 8 million UK students enrolled in digital education, according the Office of National Statistics, with the average age at completion of just 15.
The majority of these are aged between 15 and 19.
4/6 Why is online learning such a popular option?
MOOC technology is the latest tool used to teach students.
It was invented in 2012 by Microsoft, which is owned by Google.
It allows students to access and download courses from its massive online library of more than 2.5 million videos, quizzes and quizzes.
MOOC companies such as Udacity, Khan Academy and Coursera have been using the technology for many years, and students use the courses to get a taste of the digital world.
These courses are typically taught by people who have had previous experience in the industry.
Many schools are using MOOC-style courses to boost their digital learning.
Some schools have even gone further and used MOOC courses to teach a course on the fundamentals of the UK economy.
5/6 Do MOOC providers charge fees?
Some MOOC services charge fees to students, but these are not set at the time of admission.
Students pay a fee to access the course in which they take the course, and then they pay the fee when they leave the course.
MOCCA, for example, charges £5.99 per year for the course and £7.99 to leave it.
Some courses may also charge a fee for the use of the instructor’s computer, and the instructor has to be a student or a parent.
Some MOCCAs are also required to give a ‘bundle’ of course materials to the students who complete their course, which can cost as much as £30 per student.
Courseras and Khan Academy charge no fee to students for the content of their courses.
6/6 Are MOOC programs suitable for every age group?
Many MOOC offerings can be suitable for a wide range of students, with most courses offered by some of the most popular MOOC platforms.
There are courses that cater to older people, students with disabilities, people who are very new to learning and even people with learning difficulties.
However, for people with special needs, it may be more appropriate to take the MOOC course if they are prepared to pay for it.
For example, Khan Academies course on computer programming is geared towards children, with courses geared towards older adults.
Khan Academy offers courses that are tailored to young people, such as Khan Academy Digital Literacy for Students.
1/7 How much digital learning do you require?
The an average US student is spending an estimated $18,000 per year on online schooling, according a new study from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
This is nearly double the amount spent by students in the UK, who spend $10,000 a year on their education.
2/7 What is digital learning?
Online learning is the practice of teaching children to use computers to learn and gain a understanding of a variety of topics.
MOACs are a series of courses that students take to learn programming, the art of computer programming, and other skills.
MOICs are the most commonly used technology, but there are other technologies such as Courserabs and KhanAcademy as well.
MOA is a free online course that offers students the opportunity to learn from a range of online courses, but its main purpose is to make it easier for students to get to the next level.
3 / 7 Who is online educational now?
The majority are aged just 15 to 19.
Of those, around 8.5 per cent are aged 15 to 24.
4 / 7 Why is digital education such a favorite option?
It was originally invented by Microsoft in 2012, and was developed by Microsoft and Google in partnership.
MOAS, for short, was the name of the company that made it, which was purchased by Microsoft for $1.3 billion in 2014.
MOAs are designed to be interactive and designed to teach through a mixture of quizzes, quizzing and online classes.
MOIA, for its part, was designed to help people learn by teaching through