Nope it’s not. Online learning loses the human element. There is a distinct lack of connection. There is no personal relationship between student and lecturer. It’s hard to build rapport and you can’t see student reactions and signs of attentiveness. There is also more distractions in online learning as you are not dealing with one environment only but every student brings his space into yours.
I see it as a last resort or an option for people who can’t get to venues. Mixed learning is even worse, when you have students in class and online students your attention is split and one group always gets more attention than the other.
Online education is better than no education but it’s only so by a small margin. If you can get to a class do so. The personal relationships and skills you can build doing it is invaluable. Gen-Z’ers take it from this autistic millenial, remote-everything is not remotely good for you.
Keep at it and don’t forget you need people. We are social animals.