E-learning's Performance in the COVID-19 Era: Findings from Franklin University Focus Group
The COVID-19 Pandemic was a disruptive event at such a scale as to necessitate a Great Global Lockdown, mobilizing entire nations to practice social distancing to slow the spread of the virus. The shutdown forced a rethinking of nearly every learning and workplace ecosystem on the planet. According to UNICEF - 134 countries implemented nationwide closures of schools and workplaces. School closures alone impacted approximately 1.725 billion learners, leading many organizations and institutions worldwide to scramble to offer e-learning as an emergency remote alternative to education students and training employees in traditional locations.
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Washington, C., & Miner-Romanoff, K. (2020). E-learning's Performance in the COVID-19 Era: Findings from Franklin University Focus Group. eLearning! Magazine, 16 (2), 30-33. Retrieved from https://fuse.franklin.edu/facstaff-pub/86