In light of the spread of COVID-19, schools and universities worldwide have been forced to shut down their physical campuses and move all learning online – an abrupt change that continues to challenge students, teachers, parents, and institutions alike.
To explore critical issues throughout this process and share EDU’s approach to distance education, EDU talked to 5-HT Digital Hub Chemistry & Health, part of the Digital Hub Initiative (de: hub) initiated by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy to promote digital innovation in Germany.
Native digital educational institutions like EDU remained practically immune to the Corona lockdowns’ impacts because operations were carried out business-as-usual. As all theory is taught via the interactive virtual campus, students in the Bachelor of Medicine program experienced no disruption to their medical studies.
The pandemic has accelerated the trend towards more remote and blended learning, and the advantages of digital education are becoming more apparent than ever before.
Read the full article published by the 5-HT Digital Hub Chemistry & Health here.