Digital Transformation in Education System of India brought by COVID-19---A Study
Author(s):
Meenu Kumari, Garima Bhagwat
Keywords:
Content analysis, Online learning, Perception, Preferences, Readiness
Abstract
As a global pandemic, Covid-19 has prompted social isolation. People are now required to sit indoors, and sitting inactive indoors can cause mental stress. As a result, online learning can play a significant role in keeping people interested and stress-free. During this pandemic, online learning is the most effective approach. Teachers can use virtual classrooms to teach from home with all of the required resources, making online sessions just as productive as in-person sessions. Pandemics frequently force students to stay at home for extended periods of time, obstructing the teaching-learning process. This article focuses on the benefits of online learning during times of crisis, such as job absenteeism or pandemics. As a result, there are several tools and strategies for online learning that can ensure consistency. To keep academic activities alive, most educational institutions have switched to online learning platforms. For online learning, the majority of students opted to utilise their smartphones. We discovered through content analysis that students prefer recorded classes with a quiz at the end of each class to boost learning effectiveness. Students believe that online programmes are appealing because of their flexibility and convenience, but that broadband connectivity concerns in remote locations make it difficult for students to participate in online learning efforts
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 155086

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 1466 - 1469
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