COVID-19: An Unexpected and Unusual Driver to Online Education

  • Dodzi Amemado Privy Council Office, the department of the Prime Minister of Canada
Keywords: COVID-19, online education, higher education

Abstract

COVID-19 is creating havoc and contributing to a social panic that has led to a temporary closure of most campuses across the globe. It has become impossible to meet face-to-face for on-campus course delivery and in-person interactions, using the university’s physical setting for intellectual and academic pursuits. This article discusses the implications of the shift to online education for higher education.

Author Biography

Dodzi Amemado, Privy Council Office, the department of the Prime Minister of Canada

Dodzi Amemado is a senior analyst at the Privy Council Office, the department of the Prime Minister of Canada. He has been a visiting scholar at the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College. E-mail: amemadojean2@hotmail.com.

Published
2020-04-30
How to Cite
Amemado, D. (2020). COVID-19: An Unexpected and Unusual Driver to Online Education. International Higher Education, (102), 12-14. Retrieved from https://ejournals.bc.edu/index.php/ihe/article/view/14599
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Articles