ONLINE UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES DURING AND AFTER THE COVID 19
The Covid-19 pandemic has raised significant challenges for the higher education community worldwide.
A particular challenge has been the urgent and unexpected request for previously face-to-face university courses to be taught online.
The urgent imperative to ‘move online’, caused by the recent Covid-19 pandemic (World Health Organization, ), has added to the stresses and
workloads experienced by university faculty and staff who were already struggling to balance teaching, research and service obligations, not to mention the work-life balance.
The Iubtg has been closely monitoring the covid -19 and its potential impact on our community.Now we continue to follow the guidance
and different recommendation provided by world health organization and centers for disease control and prevention in every where our
centers are located to stay current in what is very sensitive and rapidly evolving situation. IUBTG advice at this time everyone to suspend
all non essential travels and gathering. We encourage all students in high risk area to remain registered and participate via our online platforms.
,safety and the safety of others. Dear all participate if you have any questions or concern ;do not hesitate to contact us any email addresses listed
to services offered to our university system.
online learning refers to a type of teaching and learning situation in which
(1) the learner is at a distance from the tutor/instructor,
(2) the learner uses some form of technology to access the learning materials,
(3) the learner uses technology to interact with the tutor/instructor and with other learners and
(4) some kind of support is provided to learners.
Much of teaching and learning in an online environment is similar to teaching and learning in any other formal educational context.
Online learning and teaching involve a diverse array of tools, resources, pedagogical approaches, roles, organizational arrangements
and forms of interaction, monitoring and support—with many possible combinations of substitution and integration.
Even before COVID-19, there was already high growth and adoption in education technology, in IUBTG and Whether it is language apps, virtual tutoring,
video conferencing tools, or online learning software, there has been a significant surge in usage since COVID-19.