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Higher education across the globe has seen a significant shift towards online learning and remote instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While most institutions have resumed in-person classes, many continue to offer hybrid or fully online instruction. But what do students think? And what do their attitudes mean for the future of hybrid and remote learning and working?

The Times Higher Education team spoke to almost 700 students and ran qualitative focus groups across 15 countries—from the Americas to Australasia— to gain an understanding of their experiences with online and hybrid learning. This infographic is based on their report, Hybrid Learning: The Future?

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