Covid-19’s silver lining to Kenya’s higher education

Online teaching has pushed lecturers to update, digitise and provide lecture notes on Moodle.

In Summary

• Since President Uhuru Kenyatta suspended learning in all academic institutions to curb the spread of the virus in March 2020, the mode of learning changed to online.

• I look at the few fruits of online learning based on experience while working for TheUniversity of the South Pacific

Education sector has been adversely affected Covid-19 pandemic. However, in the words of Marci Ridlon, “The same wind that blows down your house shakes berries from the bushes.”

Since ...

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