Online Access to Materials and Resources (2023)

The most prominent theme we identified concerned the students’ need to have online access to course materials and resources. The responses illustrated a desire to have increased access to class/lecture notes and slides; assignments, tests, and quizzes; and recorded or streaming lectures. Students expressed the importance of having course materials organized for ease of navigation and use in the online learning environment, as well as having instructors adopt or increase their use of the institution’s LMS.

"Put all of the notes online."

The materials that students with disabilities most commonly requested to be online were class/lecture notes and presentation slides; these account for over half of their responses. Many students specifically asked that class slides from PowerPoint presentations and instructor notes of what was covered in class be posted online. When students offered reasons for wanting materials shared online, their responses were frequently related to a desire to study this content outside the classroom. As one student told us:

Some professors do a better job than others of putting lecture notes online. More professors could have information from class more easily accessible for students who would like to review the information outside of class.

Many of the respondents also noted how important it was for them to have notes and slides ahead of time so they could prepare for class, follow along during class, and supplement those materials with their own ideas. ("I can use them to write notes and add to the lecture notes on the paper.") Some of their answers also suggest that students are concerned about falling behind with their note-taking. For example, a third-year health sciences major said that if more instructors would share their materials online, then "we are able to have their notes and not miss important things if you can't keep up with note pace."

Other students discussed their need for having online access to these resources ahead of time in terms of their disability and/or the accommodation they received from their office of student disability:

Ensure digital copies of slides are always available before class, to allow for reading during class (eyesight disability). It's stated as a requirement from [disability services],1 but for some instructors, it can be almost impossible to get such access.

As a student with a learning disability, I do not retain information from lectures; I go home and teach myself. I appreciate instructors who post all class content online, and I especially appreciate it ahead of time. That way I can go to class prepared, and I have access to these resources when I am studying at home.

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These examples demonstrate that having class notes and presentation slides is critical to students' engagement with their coursework and overall learning. For example, students with sensory disabilities, such as the student who mentioned eyesight, might not be able to see the slides projected in the classroom. Having slides and/or notes beforehand allows students to print them, enlarge them if necessary, and bring them to class and use as a guide. When instructors provide these digitized materials, students can also access them via their own devices during class and view them in a size and format they know works best for them. Those with language processing disorders might also need more time to study the class material.2 Many students experience steep barriers to full participation if they are not given access to these online materials both before and after in-person meetings.

"They should use technology to allow people to take more tests online."

Students also frequently said having more assignments, tests, and quizzes online would improve their academic success (e.g., "Put quizzes and exams online," "all tests online"). Many said they want to take assessments online so that they can control their testing environment. For example, one student told us, "Giving all exams and quizzes online would be the biggest help, as it would allow me to work in a quiet place with no distractions." Another respondent stated that online testing allows them "to be sure I have a well-suited environment for my session."

"Giving all exams and quizzes online would be the biggest help, as it would allow me to work in a quiet place with no distractions."

Those who wanted more online submission of assignments noted that this format helps them save on printing costs and trips to the classroom. Offering an option to turn in assignments online can be especially helpful to students who have conditions that impact their ability to be physically present in class. One student explained that "turning in homework online would be ideal, considering walking is exhausting [and] my physical disabilities keep me home a lot." Submitting work online might also help students who have learning disabilities that affect their attention and organizational skills.3 As one student wrote, "Online homework submission drastically helps with me actually getting completed assignments in, which has been a struggle since elementary school."

Offering all students—not just students with disabilities—multiple options for submitting work allows them to choose the format that is most appropriate for their needs. As outlined in the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), providing learners with multiple means of action and expression acknowledges the different ways that individuals "can navigate a learning environment" and share what they know.4 Providing more opportunities for students to test online using their own devices can also ease some of the resource burden that disability service offices experience when providing alternative testing sites and proctors for students who need them.

"Record and post lectures online so we can go back over what was taught."

Many of the respondents in our study told us that they'd like their instructors to record their lectures (e.g., "record lectures," "upload lectures," "post the lectures online"), and they said that having access to review them later would boost their learning. For example: "Provide recordings of classes through an online portal to disabled students with attendance, sensory disability, and/or comprehension issues related to their disabilities."

Some respondents also referenced the use of specific lecture-capture and recording platforms (e.g., Panopto, Echo360), which suggests that they know these platforms could be used in class. The most common reason given for wanting lectures online was the need to review material that could have been missed during class. One student said that having lecture recordings would be especially helpful for picking up information she might miss in her note-taking when the "instructors go too fast and move on to the next topic." Another suggested, "Most of my instructors are already amplified through a microphone. Why not record it? It really helps if the instructor talks too fast to understand the lecture." Such a format gives learners the chance to start, stop, and review content at their own pace and on their own time. As one student pointed out, hearing a lecture more than once via a recording "aids my comprehension and studying."

Other respondents discussed how important lecture capture is for sick days and that such a resource "can be a life-saver if an illness causes an extended absence." Lecture capture can make courses more accessible to students who have a variety of conditions, such as a chronic illness, limited mobility, or disorders that are so severe that physically being in class hinders their learning.5 Several students also wanted to watch class via live streaming. An engineering student reflected on why this would be important to him: "I would like to watch the lectures [in] real time and be able to ask questions [in] real time, but also have the recording to go back to if needed."

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"Actually use Canvas."

In their open responses, students frequently talked about the importance of the LMS,6 and two prominent patterns emerged: students want their instructors to adopt or increase the use of the LMS, and they want their LMS course sites to be user friendly. Many of the responses suggest that some instructors do not use the LMS at all. ("Use Blackboard more often. Some professors love it, but a lot refuse to use it.") And for some students, this can be frustrating. For example:

Properly utilize Canvas, or just use it at all. I've only had about 50% of my instructors use it, and the rest don't want to learn how to use it.

I won't even take classes with the professors who don't use Canvas. It's far too inconvenient and roundabout to not use the program that was designed for a classroom setting. We made these programs to make education easier and more effective; I would rather take a class that uses it.

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A few students stated that using the LMS should be required for instructors. Others also said that using one LMS platform consistently would enhance their academic success, as managing different platforms could be challenging or even expensive:

Either all use Blackboard or all don't. Professors are increasingly using other sources like Google Classroom to manage their class rather than Blackboard. Everyone needs to jump ship or stay onboard. I hate using different sites to complete tasks.

Most of my classes use Blackboard, but most semesters I have one or two classes that use another website or organization that often requires you to pay for a subscription out of pocket.

The most common suggestion from students to instructors, however, was to ensure that their LMS course site is organized and easy to navigate. Students discussed the need for course sites that are intuitively structured, clearly labeled, and updated. Their comments suggest some have had experiences wherein materials were difficult to locate, with assignments "scattered everywhere." A first-year business major told us, "Some files are incredibly hard to find because teachers put them under different places," and another added that finding what they need can "sometimes be confusing." Several respondents suggested that having a consistent organizational layout for LMS courses would be a helpful time-saver. One student said that finding the syllabus or assignments can be time-consuming "because there is no uniformity in using the learning platform among instructors at my institution."

Respondents also said that having LMS sites updated regularly, with live links and current dates for assignments, would help their learning: "Keep modules organized, listing weekly class info with dates. Verify [that] links and documents are accessible to students in every semester; some links direct to [an] error webpage." This comment is a reminder of the importance of formatting documents and other web materials following Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 so that all students, regardless of the kinds of assistive or accessible technology they might or might not need, can access the course content.

EDUCAUSE research on faculty and information technology has consistently found that "the most common faculty uses of the LMS are all operational, course management functions…that require little or no interaction between the instructor and the student."7 A portion of the responses in this study demonstrate that some students want their instructors to leverage more of the advanced features of their institution's LMS, including the online gradebook, to enhance their academic experience. As one student told us, "I don't feel like instructors use programs like Blackboard to their fullest extent." A social sciences major at a public institution went further and recommended adopting specific tools within the LMS:

I would like them to use D2L with accuracy, consistency, and to its full capacity. Use the checklist function, label your readings by week, update grades, and communicate changes via announcements. (Ex: date your syllabus; if you change it, tell us!) Most teachers use the minimum, and it's messy and outdated with last-term deadlines and mistakes that should have been caught before the term started.

Our findings in the larger theme of "access to course materials and resources online" underscore the importance of the LMS for students with disabilities. These platforms are integral for sharing course information and helping students manage content, assignments, due dates, and grades. Their responses tell us they see the LMS as the logical default place to share materials in an organized and easy-to-navigate format. Students know the LMS is a resource available to both students and teachers, so it makes sense that they think it should be used to its fullest extent to improve accessibility. The most effective way, then, for instructors to help fill the "access tank" is to share class notes, slides, assignments, tests, and recorded lectures with students via their college's or university's LMS. It is a critically important tool for making courses accessible, not only to students with disabilities but for all students (figure 1).

Online Access to Materials and Resources (1)

However, campus-wide adoption of the LMS does not help students if the tools and content within that system are not accessible to begin with. To lower some of the barriers that all learners might experience, institutions should provide LMS applications that check for common accessibility issues and that allow students to download files in different formats on the basis of their learning needs.8 IT units should also test the LMS for accessibility and provide alternatives to fill in any access gaps. And training faculty on the principles of UDL can encourage them to set their content free to increase access for all learners.9

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  1. For the purpose of this report, we have replaced references to the specific names of different campus disability offices with the term "disability services" to de-identify student responses.

  2. Christy Oslund, Supporting College and University Students with Invisible Disabilities: A Guide for Faculty and Staff Working with Students with Autism, AD/HD, Language Processing Disorders, Anxiety, and Mental Illness (London & Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014).

  3. Ibid., Chap. 4, "Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (AD/HD)."

  4. CAST, "The UDL Guidelines."

  5. Oslund, Supporting College and University Students with Invisible Disabilities.

  6. Students in our sample specified a variety of LMS platforms, such as Blackboard, Canvas, Sakai, D2L/Brightspace, and Moodle.

  7. Jeffrey Pomerantz and D. Christopher Brooks, ECAR Study of Faculty and Information Technology, 2017, research report (Louisville, CO: ECAR, October 2017).

  8. Mark Lieberman, "Technology Can Address Digital Accessibility—to an Extent," Inside Higher Ed (May 2, 2018); Wyatt Myskow, "ASU Course Documents on Canvas Are Now More Accessible for All Students," The State Press (February 25, 2020).

  9. Thomas Tobin, "Taking IT Way beyond Accessibility: 5 + 4 = 1 Approach," EDUCAUSE Review (August 12, 2019).

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What are online learning resources? ›

Any resource available on the Internet in an online educational environment. It might be HTML documents such as course or chapter objectives, lecture notes, assignments, or answers to chapter questions. It might be audio or video lessons, interactive exercises or exams, or documents providing links to other Web sites.

What are online resources examples? ›

An online source is material you find online. It can be an online newspaper, magazine or television website such as NBC or CNN. Peer-reviewed journals, webpages, forums and blogs are also online sources. Some other names for online sources are electronic sources, web sources and Internet sources.

What are the resources for online teaching? ›

Teacher Resources
  • Google's Teach From Home hub.
  • Google for Education YouTube channel (tons of tutorials and webinars)
  • Free access to BrainPop.
  • Free access to Newsela.
  • PBS resources and lesson plans.
  • This long list of links to other resources organized by grade level!

What is the importance of online learning resources? ›

The study finds that such resources are used by a substantial number of students to aid learning, increasing productivity, and improving teaching. The availability of such targeted resources leads to an improved student experience.

What is the purpose of learning resources? ›

Learning resources are crucial for both teachers and students. It is a part of the teaching-learning strategy and provides teachers with valuable information on various topics. It keeps them updated with relevant information and helps in their professional development.

How do you use online sources? ›

Include information in the following order:
  1. author (the person or organisation responsible for the site)
  2. year (date created or last updated)
  3. page title (in italics)
  4. name of sponsor of site (if available)
  5. accessed day month year (the day you viewed the site)
  6. URL or Internet address (pointed brackets).
7 Jul 2022

What are the five online sources of information? ›

Information can come from virtually anywhere — media, blogs, personal experiences, books, journal and magazine articles, expert opinions, encyclopedias, and web pages — and the type of information you need will change depending on the question you are trying to answer.

What are the resources that you can access as a student? ›

List of Learning Resources
  • Textbooks.
  • Software.
  • Relevant reading materials.
  • Videos.
  • Recordings.

What resources can be used in the learning process? ›

Teaching and learning resources
  • text books.
  • novels.
  • films.
  • plays.
  • radio programs.
  • multimedia.
  • digital learning resources including video, audio, text, animations and images.
  • lectures.
19 Jul 2022

What instructional materials or digital tools will you use to guide your students? ›

The Most Popular Digital Education Tools For Teachers And Learners
  • Edmodo. Edmodo is an educational tool that connects teachers and students, and is assimilated into a social network. ...
  • Projeqt. ...
  • Thinglink. ...
  • TED-Ed. ...
  • cK-12. ...
  • ClassDojo. ...
  • Storybird. ...
  • Animoto.
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What resources do teachers use to teach? ›

Top 10 Free Lesson-Planning Resources for Teachers
  • ReadWriteThink. ...
  • PhET. ...
  • Scholastic. ...
  • The Stanford History Education Group. ...
  • PBS LearningMedia. ...
  • Epic! ...
  • EDSITEment. ...
  • NCTM Illuminations.

How students are benefited from online learning? ›

Online courses teach students how to manage their time better since the student bears the responsibility of engaging with the course instead of simply showing up to class on an assigned day and time. As a result, students not only gain knowledge from the coursework, but they also sharpen their time management skills.

What are the effects of online learning? ›

Impacts include the lack of efficiency of technology, the difficulty for pupils to understand the concepts taught, and online learning causes social isolation and results in pupils not developing the necessary communication skills.

What are the benefits of online classes for students? ›

Ten Advantages of Online Courses
  • Online courses are convenient. ...
  • Online courses offer flexibility. ...
  • Online courses bring education right to your home. ...
  • Online courses offer more individual attention. ...
  • Online courses help you meet interesting people. ...
  • Online courses give you real world skills.

What is the impact of learning resources in teaching/learning process? ›

Teaching-learning resources assist in and supports student learning. It helps students to understand and enjoy the lesson which the teacher teaches them. It helps students understand the object of the lesson the teacher is conveying.

How do you access e learning resources? ›

Top eLearning Resources For Effective Learning Today
  1. Coursera. Boasting more than 1000 courses from the best universities in the world, Coursera is a mecca for digital learners. ...
  2. edX. ...
  3. YouTube. ...
  4. Lynda. ...
  5. Udemy. ...
  6. Alison. ...
  7. Khan Academy. ...
  8. MIT Open Courseware.
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What are the importance of resource materials? ›

It helps to improve the environment, by reducing the amount of resources that the economy requires and diminishing the associated environmental impacts, and sustain economic growth by securing adequate supplies of materials and improving competitiveness.

What is the importance of learning resources to students? ›

Learning support

Learning materials can significantly increase learners' achievement by supporting learning. For example, an educational video may provide a learner with new insights and an appealing worksheet may provide the learner with new opportunities to practice a new skill gained in class.

What is the importance of materials development? ›

Material development play such a central role in EFL learning because they effectively mediate between the course content, the teacher and pupils. ... ... Material development play such a central role in EFL learning because they effectively mediate between the course content, the teacher and pupils.

What are online sources used to find meaning of words? ›

Online Merriam Webster's Dictionary.

Useful for quick look-ups for definitions of existing words.

How are online resources used in academic research? ›

Research Using the Internet
  1. Don't rely exclusively on Net resources. ...
  2. Narrow your research topic before logging on. ...
  3. Know your subject directories and search engines. ...
  4. Keep a detailed record of sites you visit and the sites you use. ...
  5. Double-check all URLs that you put in your paper.

What is the purpose of Internet sites for information inquiry? ›

The goal is to collect information relevant to a specific research project in one place, so that it can be found and accessed again quickly.

What is the importance of media and information sources? ›

Americans use several different media sources to gain information about the government. These are resources that serve as a means of communicating to a general, public audience. Media sources are important because the medium in which we receive a message shapes the message.

What is online information? ›

Online Information means any information services we may make available online, including news, stock exchange quotations, and information about events or third parties; Sample 1Sample 2Sample 3.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of information sources? ›

Advantages/disadvantages of information sources
Reference lists & bibliographiesSubjective selection by another Unclear criteria
Supervisors, colleagues, mentorsBias Variability in willingness and motivation to help Priorities may be different May be large travelling distances Time pressure
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What is the importance of choosing the right learning resources and tools for classroom instruction? ›

Securing a wide variety of quality classroom resources allows him to differentiate instruction, or adjust what and how he teaches to all skill levels.

Why is it important to use more than one resource when researching? ›

Using a variety of sources can diminish the effects of bias—the preference of one view over another. Bias may prevent objectivity and often leads to an incomplete representation of information.

How does sharing of resources help you as a student? ›

Collaboration and sharing of materials improves consistency in instructional content, which makes students more likely to transition successfully from one course to another, whether taught by permanent or adjunct faculty.

What are material resources in education? ›

Material resources include any items the school currently owns. These include school furniture, equipment, technology, curriculum materials, manipulatives, textbooks, and any other materials within the school. Financial resources include cash and lines of credit.

How do you manage learning materials? ›

Place loose materials and printouts into well labeled and color-coded binders. Make sure you have enough shelving to accommodate all your books and binders. Organize your technology by placing apps and files into labeled folders. Schedule a weekly time to clear your workspace and your computer's desktop.

How can digital tools help improve the teaching and learning process? ›

The effective use of digital learning tools in classrooms can increase student engagement, help teachers improve their lesson plans, and facilitate personalized learning. It also helps students build essential 21st-century skills.

What is online learning tools? ›

As we also learned, online learning tools refer to any program, app, or technology that can be accessed via an internet connection and enhance a teacher's ability to present information and a student's ability to access that information.

What are examples of digital instructional materials? ›

Examples of digital instructional materials include videos, content presentations, animations, educational games, online articles, and educational materials from traditional print texts that have been scanned and uploaded.

What makes a good learning resource? ›

Effective resources are clearly written and designed in a way that makes them easy to understand and use. They incorporate deliberate learning supports that help learners understand key concepts. At the same time, they take account of the need to organise material as clearly as possible to avoid overloading the user.

How learning resources help the teachers in teaching? ›

As well as being sources of knowledge for teachers, learning resources can be used by teachers and teacher educators to co-construct knowledge as part of continuing professional development. For example, observation sheets, feedback forms and action plans can be used during classroom observation and mentoring.

Which is the most important source of teaching/learning process? ›

Detailed Solution. The most important component of the teaching-learning process is Learner as all the activities and the whole process is centered and planned around him. Learning-centered education focuses on the learning process.

What is the impact of online learning to the academic performance of students? ›

The result showed that online learning has positive impact on students' academic performance in term of learning motivation, learning achievement and learning engagement. Participants also showed that conducting online learning is relevant during pandemic.

What are the advantages of online learning essay? ›

Online education offers extensive benefits to students by giving a manageable schedule, student enhancement and augmented education access and choice. Online education enables us to learn from various mentors and teachers in different areas, increasing our knowledge and perspective.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of learning online? ›

Comparison Table for Advantages & Disadvantages of Online Learning/Classes
Less IntensityExcess exposure to screen time
The comfort of your HomeRequires self-discipline and time management skills Diminished social interaction
Easier AttendanceLack of trust between teacher and students
7 more rows
17 Jan 2022

What is the social impact of online education? ›

Digital learning can improve the performance of individuals, businesses, and society by promoting vital, future-ready skills, such as communication, collaboration, technology, and education. Making online learning accessible for everyone from preschool students to post-graduate learners is in all of our best interests.

How does online learning affect students social interactions? ›

Social interaction in online learning allows students to share their ideas on various subjects with each other. Student-led online discussions typically motivate deeper understanding as well as yield interesting personal applications of course concepts and theories.

What are some benefits of using online resources in curriculum? ›

Benefits of Online Learning for Adults
  • Flexibility. Many people turn to online learning for its flexibility. ...
  • Ability to Advance a Career. ...
  • Wider Range of Courses and Programs. ...
  • A Broader Range of Perspectives. ...
  • Immediately Applicable Coursework. ...
  • Affordability. ...
  • Time Management Skill Development. ...
  • Virtual Collaboration Opportunities.
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Why online learning is better than in person? ›

2) Online classes offer self-paced learning and schedule flexibility. For people who do not appreciate the structure of in-person classroom meetings, online learning is a great alternative. Students all work and learn at different paces, and online classes offer the ability for students to follow their own schedules.

What are the online materials? ›

Online Material means the visual interfaces, graphics, design, compilation, information, computer code, products, software (including any downloadable software), and the services.

What is the definition of online learning? ›

Online learning is education that takes place over the Internet. It is often referred to as “e- learning” among other terms. However, online learning is just one type of “distance learning” - the umbrella term for any learning that takes place across distance and not in a traditional classroom.

What are the different online resources available that can be used by a physical science teacher to enhance their own knowledge and their student's knowledge? ›

  • Kahoot! ( See their Biology and Chemistry offerings) ...
  • Discovery Education. If you are looking for free, standards-based digital content, look no further. ...
  • Froguts. ...
  • The Physics Classroom. ...
  • Science Friday. ...
  • PBS Learning Media. ...
  • Cells Alive! ...
  • Periodic Table of Elements.
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Which e learning platform is best? ›

10 Best Online Learning Platforms In 2022 To Jumpstart Your Career
  • Coursera.
  • Udemy.
  • Udacity.
  • LinkedIn Learning (Ex Lynda)
  • MasterClass.
  • Futurelearn.

What is accessibility in online learning? ›

In the context of online courses, accessibility means making it possible for all students, regardless of physical or developmental impairment, to use all course materials and tools.

How do you access e learning resources? ›

Top eLearning Resources For Effective Learning Today
  1. Coursera. Boasting more than 1000 courses from the best universities in the world, Coursera is a mecca for digital learners. ...
  2. edX. ...
  3. YouTube. ...
  4. Lynda. ...
  5. Udemy. ...
  6. Alison. ...
  7. Khan Academy. ...
  8. MIT Open Courseware.
24 Feb 2018

What is material access? ›

1. Is access to an Internet-connected device in an individual's area. Some individuals may lack Internet connections in rural areas while others may lack the economic means to acquire Internet access and hardware or visit a facility with Internet-connected machines are available to the public.

How effective is online learning? ›

Students Gain More Knowledge Than In Standard Classes

Because online courses provide students with full control over their studies, they can work at their own pace. Pupils, on average, work faster and absorb more information in online courses than they would otherwise.

What are the advantages of online classes? ›

Ten Advantages of Online Courses
  • Online courses are convenient. ...
  • Online courses offer flexibility. ...
  • Online courses bring education right to your home. ...
  • Online courses offer more individual attention. ...
  • Online courses help you meet interesting people. ...
  • Online courses give you real world skills.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of learning online? ›

Comparison Table for Advantages & Disadvantages of Online Learning/Classes
Less IntensityExcess exposure to screen time
The comfort of your HomeRequires self-discipline and time management skills Diminished social interaction
Easier AttendanceLack of trust between teacher and students
7 more rows
17 Jan 2022

What are some resources needed for science and technology? ›

Every technological system makes use of seven types of resources: people, information, materials, tools and machines, energy, capital and time. Since there is limited amount of certain resources on the earth, we must use these resources wisely.

What are the types of instructional resources used by teachers in the assessment of students academic performance? ›

These include anything the teacher creates, like handouts, worksheets, tests, quizzes, and projects. Many of these are used for assessment in the classroom, which is determining the level of learning on any given topic.

What is online learning tools? ›

As we also learned, online learning tools refer to any program, app, or technology that can be accessed via an internet connection and enhance a teacher's ability to present information and a student's ability to access that information.

What is an online platform? ›

The term “online platform” has been used to describe a range of services available on the Internet including marketplaces, search engines, social media, creative content outlets, app stores, communications services, payment systems, services comprising the so-called “collaborative” or “gig” economy, and much more.

How do the different online platforms help you as a student of your chosen track? ›

Answer: Online learning platforms allow all of those things as well as provide a tool for students and teachers to keep a record of progress made. ... Essentially, they allow learners to have more ownership of their learning which helps them learn better.


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