University Capabilities: Classroom Courses to Covid-19 Curricula

Mariam Seedat-Khan, University of KwaZulu Natal

The COVID-19 pandemic has transmuted teaching and learning ominously, imposing histrionic conversion on time-honoured university traditions. Traditional in person classes have evolved into socially constructed online classes, signified by synchronous and asynchronous learning and teaching approaches. Academics have expeditiously operationalised online curricula, teaching via Zoom, Microsoft teams and Skype classrooms. COVID-19 has compelled forward-thinking technological approaches to sustain the intellectual project. Technological hardware, software and access to the world wide web, have revealed the veracities of the digital divide.

Co-investigators: Aradhana Ramnund-Mansingh; Quraisha Dawood

Research Status: Research completed, preparing to publish/present

Contact: Mariam Seedat-Khan

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