Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences (Print ISSN: 1524-7252; Online ISSN: 1532-5806)


Online teaching at Kingdom University (KU): Keeping high teaching standards during covid19 pandemic

Author(s): Saad Darwish, Marwa Ayfan, Nader Al-Bastaki

 This research aims to provide scholarly and practical contributions and a complete experience in a university case. Furthermore, the study's results will help academics and practitioners bridge information gaps, allowing them to build successful e-learning programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive influence on many people's lives worldwide. One of the risks is that many of its carriers had no symptoms and inadvertently transferred the virus to others by going about their daily lives. Delivering education has been a problem for all nations, especially those striving for justice and equality. The pandemic has caused significant disturbances across the education system, and educators' work has to adapt to new practices." Universities all across the globe have closed and begun to use distance learning. Teachers and lecturers must make significant changes to their teaching approaches and methodologies.

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