Month: April 2020

Before we adopt e-learning

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has claimed  139,378 lives and 2,074,529 people have been confirmed to have the virus as of 10:00 CEST, 17 April 2020. Some countries are under partial or full lockdown. Education institutions in 167 countries, territories and areas have been forced to shut down to prevent the further spread of the virus. Education institutions have now adopted e-learning approach. In this blog, I argue that before institutions and countries adopt e-learning, they need to trai [...]

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