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Journal: BEST : International Journal of Humanities , Arts, Medicine and Sciences ( BEST : IJHAMS ) (Vol.5, No. 2)

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Page : 89-94

Keywords : Online Learning; Higher Education; Face-to-Face;

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This literature review explored the landscape of online education in the higher education arena. Online education is growing rapidly. This type of education seems to be taken firm root in our society however; the growth of online education is not without growing pains. It is critical that the growth of online education is consistently paired with a close look at what is working, what needs to be adjusted and what needs to be discarded. It is a mistake to consider the constraints that govern a face-to-face classroom are consistent in an on-line medium. The structure of online education is evolving is such a way that speak to the imminent need for the infrastructure to grow at a proportional rate. This lit review explores the need to continue to develop assessments, teaching strategies, infrastructure, and technology among other things to be sure on-line education remains a responsible choice.

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