The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the way we look at higher education. Colleges and universities have had to quickly make changes in their curriculum as the threat of the virus continues to disrupt travel and term schedules across the globe.
With travel restrictions in place, everyone from higher education institutions (HEI) and agents have turned to the internet for a sense of continuity in service delivery. For students, the shift is made easier as millennials and Gen Zers are known as digital natives and are fluent with technology. HEIs, however, have been mostly grappling with the big changes.
In recent months, HEIs have slowly started to adapt to the digital challenges of the pandemic in hopes of surviving this academic year.
1 Asynchronous Learning
2 Digitized Applications
3 Automated Engagement
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