Impact of Covid-19 and Pandemic in Educational Institutions
Keywords:Covid-19, Web-based learning, Academic institutions, Learning platforms, Educational systems.
An infectious disease known as Covid-19 that originates from China in late 2019 quickly evolved into a global phenomenon within several months. In relation to having an enormous detrimental effect on well-being, the Covid-19 medical emergency is having substantial negative impact on a wide range of many other areas, particularly in educational institutions. Since the Covid-19 pandemic started to spread widely worldwide, transition to online teaching and learning brought out a great deal of changes to professors and mostly to students.
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