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The study explores the perspectives of college students on the pedagogical shift as well as frequent transitions between online and offline learning modes during the COVID-19 pandemic in Kerala, the most literate state in India.Design/methodology/approachA descriptive cross-sectional study was...
This paper aims to analyze the financial implications associated with Ugandan universities employing e-learning techniques and to suggest sound policy solutions to the problems the investigation found.Design/methodology/approachTo illustrate how e-learning is used in Uganda, the study used a...
The global spread of the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the complete lockdown of almost every part of the world, including all educational institutions, resulting in the prompt implementation of online education to facilitate the students to carry on their learning. These conditions made the...
Many countries around the world were compelled to adhere to rigorous practices of school closures due to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). During the lockdown period, distance teaching and learning have become the only form to keep students on track. Reports have revealed that...
The study mainly aims to evaluate factors that impact online accounting education in Vietnamese universities during COVID-19.Design/methodology/approachThe study is exploratively conducted with a quantitative sample using purposive data-collecting techniques. The sample focused on teaching staff...
This study was intended to ensure learner-centred pedagogy in an open and distance learning environment by applying scaffolding and positive reinforcement techniques.Design/methodology/approachThis study critically analysed the context and current instructional practice of Bangladesh Open...
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the legal issues of simultaneous Internet transmission of broadcasting programs of the Open University of Japan (OUJ) and to take legal measures to promote the mutual utilization of open university courses in Japan, the UK, China and...
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