“Workplaces are changing, and the classroom is starting to catch up.”
Whisper it quietly, “there might be an end in sight”.
Increasingly, as I walk along the streets of London, I can see a sense of relief, even happiness, on the faces of those I encounter. It might be that the UK vaccination campaign, that was as ambitious as it has been impressive, is finally bringing the Covid pandemic towards its conclusion. In the summer months Boris Johnson has indicated that we might be able to return to pubs, clubs and hairdressers.
But if Zoom socials are on the way out, what does that mean for online education? Libra Education CEO Oscar Hardy explains.