South Africa
Overview of research project
The COVID -19 outbreak led to the closure of academic institutions worldwide, leading to the introduction of online teaching and learning. Students had to consume the University's academic services electronically. Library services (access to online material and information literacy training) had to be accessed electronically due to the lockdown rules. Although the university provided students with electronic devices for online learning, there were various challenges that students faced during the online learning experience. These include access to library resources and services. Covid-19 brought a lot of inequalities and inequities amongst our students to the fore. This research seeks to unpack these challenges and to come up with possible ways to support the students better.
Name of researcher/developer
Gertruida Du Toit; Happy Mphahlele: Rathaba Dikomo and Prof Maria Frahm-Arp
Primary organisation
University Of JOHANNESBURG
Opportunity type
Expertise
Funding
Opportunity detail
The team will require the following:
data collection and analysis tool
data analysis expertise
editing and publishing funds
Funding
No funding to date to undertake project
Stage of development
The research is in progress
Research Category
Social Science
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