The Process of Digital Transformation in Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Abstract

Purpose: This document seeks to delve into the digital transformation of education during the COVID-19 pandemic, aiming to provide a comprehensive understanding of this evolving phenomenon's purpose and significance.   Design/Methodology/Approach: The research approach undertaken is characterized by a non-experimental, documentary, exploratory, and descriptive study methodology, which involves an extensive examination of existing literature and data to gain insights into the digital transformation in education during the pandemic.   Findings: The study's key findings revolve around the consensus in existing literature regarding the swift acceleration of the transformation of education from traditional face-to-face classes to virtual learning environments. It also highlights the implications of this transformation, particularly in reshaping teaching models and advocating for a hybrid approach encompassing both face-to-face and virtual learning.   Research, Practical & Social implications: The implications of this research extend to informing educational institutions about the need for digital adaptation, guiding policymakers in supporting adaptable learning models, and empowering educators with a deeper understanding of the changing educational landscape. Moreover, it considers the broader societal impact, including equity and access issues in education.   Originality/Value: This research is unique in its contribution to understanding the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education. It emphasizes the significance of adaptability and hybrid learning models while providing a foundation for future educational research and policy development

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