Online learning is something novel and not many have undergone the experience. On the whole, the article is simplistic in approach and does not go very deep into some arguments but merely enumerate. There is no named author for the article.
The writing in this piece is barely enough for anyone wanting to know about the basic requirements in online learning. The critical issues presented [but not treated as issues] include the following: 1) "The traditional school will never go away." However, the feature of the traditional school that makes it so was not highlighted. The writer assumes that the reader knows. Anyone not having experienced online learning, however, will not be able to compare these modes of traditional and online learning.
2) "Online is a convenient way to receive education but it is not an easier way." The writer only said it is not easier because the requirements are not less than those required in traditional learning. The comparison is only on quantity, and nothing is said on quality. 3) "Online is not for everybody." The argument here is that there are some who may only prefer traditional classrooms; therefore may not be happy online. ...Show more