Some universities offer online courses as an alternative to classes delivered on campus. Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

It is true online courses on campus could be impressive in students. While I understand real classes are seriously for students, I believe the positive points do outweigh the negative points. There are two main reasons why somebody might disapprove of online courses as an alternative to classes delivered on campus. The first objection is that these classes can cause distraction and lack of concentration and the efficiency of the class decreases. The second arguments against online class on campus lack of communication between students and teachers directly and they cannot easily fix bugs and problems. In spite of negative points above, I believe that the use of online courses on campus could be attractive for students. The key objective of online classes delivered on campus can get out of the monotony of being boring for students and the classes have a good variety for them. For example, they can tolerate inflexible classes and they have freedom. On the other hand, students enjoy the perfect air and atmosphere while learning, these are pleasing reasons to open their mind, catch lessons and learn more and more also they are so comfortable while on the classes and they must not sit on the dry chair. In conclusion, it seems to me offer online courses delivered on campus gain more passionate to students to learning and this method should become more viral.
Submitted by kimiya on
What to do next: