Richard Roberts, Executive Director of Academic Program Support and Online Learning at the University of Maine, said: History of higher education On increasing opportunities for online learning. According to Roberts, UMaine has expanded its online learning offerings due to increased demand for a mix of fully online degrees and in-person, hybrid, and fully remote courses. “We have a robust infrastructure to support fully remote students as well as in-person students seeking a variety of hybrid and remote options,” said Roberts. “Most importantly, our online degrees and courses are not disconnected from what is offered on campus, so fully remote students take the same classes and receive the same prestigious faculty who are passionate about research. It’s about being able to learn and get the same degree as students on campus. “The publication also shared data on online learning at UManee. In Spring 2023, 28% of credit hours were delivered online (synchronous, asynchronous, or hybrid). In 2019, The percentage was about 14%.