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Quality assurance and recognition of distance higher education and TVET

UNESCO COVID-19 Education Response. Education Sector issue notes Issue noten°5.1–June 2020
English | 中文

Following the COVID-19 outbreaks, Institutions of Higher Education and TVET had to close and figure out how to continue providing their educational programmes to the students. This brought to light a set of challenges. These challenges are: lack of training of faculty to ensure quality education delivery and follow-up of programme delivery at a distance; content not being ready to be delivered online; lack of modern technology access points to meet the sudden and unforeseen demand for students to be able to follow educational programmes; and, maintenance of day-to-day instructional services.

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