ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION DURING COVID-19
Keywords:Online learning, online teaching, global higher education, technology, COVID-19 pandemic
In the 21st century higher education must use technology to further society’s future growth and development. The focus of society in the 21st century is knowledge-based: learning is critical, and information will continually become obsolete. Technology implementation has accelerated tremendously during the last decade, particularly changes in development and delivery of education, specifically online education. In the current world of globalization and heightened accountability for global higher education, technology should provide enlightened, far-sighted and highly qualified persons and systems to assist in societal concerns. A significant key is the relationship between online learning and its application in global higher education, particularly using online learning.
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