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Vol. 11, Issue 3 (2022)

A review on success of online education during COVID-19: A mere perception or truth grievances of both educators and learners

Author(s):
Aditi Dutt, Varun Kumar Singh and Mukta Garg
Abstract:
The outbreak of pandemic (COVID-19) has affected our way of living. This is a tough and unpredictable period for everyone and absolutely no field of life is unaffected by it. The same goes for the educational and economic sectors. The upheaval caused by COVID in the educational field is a lot more pronounced than it seems. It creates a big question mark on our ancient classroom teaching system. Lockdown was initiated to curb this outburst which gives birth to the phenomena of social distancing. As result schools and colleges were closed but it opens up a new challenge as to how to deliver the proper education to students by maintaining distance. At this time the digitalization of the education sector is like a boon for the world and creates new opportunities. Online classes on various platforms provide much-needed support in higher education but this also has its limitations. Various factors are responsible for these limitations such as little or no digital access, less expertise in the area and economic problems etc. The sole focus of this paper is to explore the problems faced by the educators and learners during online teaching and learning process. It also addresses the need of improvement in the process of online learning and its positive and negative impact on education.
Pages: 341-343  |  326 Views  74 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Aditi Dutt, Varun Kumar Singh, Mukta Garg. A review on success of online education during COVID-19: A mere perception or truth grievances of both educators and learners. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(3):341-343.

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