Distance learning in higher education during coronavirus (covid-19) outbreak
Keywords:Distance Learning During Outbreaks, E-Learning, Higher Education in COVID-19 Pandemic Era.
When E-Learning is not a choice but the salvation for proceeding in education across the globe. In this paper, we spotlight on the challenges facing the higher education systems during the COVID-19 pandemic. The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on students and higher education institutes are discussed to clarify the available technological opportunities that can be used to address studentsâ€™ needs. A Case Study is presented in this work to discuss the role of the E-learning in the international pandemic outbreak.
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