The article analyzes the challenges posed by rapid shifting from face-to-face to online teaching/learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Along with other educational institutions Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences had to switch to online teaching/ learning. After a year of new experience, a cross-sectional study was conducted to establish students’ and teachers’ perceptions of online learning and highlight areas for improvement. Two surveys were conducted: a student survey (N=39) and a teacher survey (N=13). The findings revealed that the vast majority of the respondents in both groups feel fully or partially satisfied with online teaching/learning and academic achievements. Of the two main tools engaged in online teaching/learning preference is given to Microsoft Teams, leaving the Moodle platform slightly behind. The authors conclude that despite overall positive feedback some improvements are necessary to raise the quality of online teaching/learning. Further research would help to monitor the development of the situation.