Blackboard's latest Project Tomorrow survey is underway, but survey results from 2013 indicate students benefit from e-learning courses. According to the results, 57 percent of students say online classes give them greater control of their own learning. Learning online also appears to make students more engaged in their coursework. Fifty percent said they were interested in what they were learning in virtual schools, where only 32 percent of traditional high school students said the same, according to Blackboard. See the full Online Learning Report on Blackboard's website.