What humble beginnings begot the massive explosion of online schooling?
How did online schooling evolve into what it is today? Recently we wrote about the history of elearning on our blog (evidence suggests that early forms of elearning existed as far back as the 19th century!) and in this post we explore the evolution of online schooling with a cool infographic.
Did you know that in the 1930s radio education was tried but was unsuccessful or that the military successfully used TV education in the 1940s during WWII? Henry Ford in fact began long-term support of distance learning starting with televised programs – and that was way back in the 50s! Online schooling started to look like what we know it as today with remote lectures at the University of Illinois in the 60s, and even more so after the internet was founded. Check out this infographic for more: