Why SA universities need to rethink online learning

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Online learning is on the rise, thanks to the pandemic.  Photo: Willie B. Thomas/Getty
Online learning is on the rise, thanks to the pandemic. Photo: Willie B. Thomas/Getty

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Covid-19 has had a tremendous negative impact on several sectors, including the economy, health and education.

A lot of literature has been produced in these sectors, but the nation is yet to quantify the real impact Covid-19 has had in changing the way things have been done, monitored, assessed and evaluated.

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