We draw an office of a modern teacher where he or she runs online courses
Backstage, a place for shooting.
Previously, prestigious universities and colleges conducted a hard-to-pass selection process among those wishing to study there. Now, with physical space being a very questionable concept, 80% of education takes place online. Students have the opportunity to learn in any university in the world, one or more at the same time, without leaving their home. Education has become much wider-reaching and accessible. Almost anyone can afford two or three degrees at any university. A new profession can be acquired without being distracted from your daily routine. However, the quality of education, without full feedback, sometimes leaves a lot to be desired.
University professors do not have to give the same lecture year after year - it is recorded and repeated and listened to by hundreds of thousands of people, and on-line seminars gather an audience from around the world. Even for fun get-togethers, students are now gather in a virtual space.
However, the remaining 20% are adherents of a traditional higher education system based on direct interaction with a professor. But it is becoming even more elitist and expensive.