Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

The Digital Environment and the Crisis of Transition Towards e-learning in Light of the Corona Pandemic: A Socio Analytical Study on the Reality of Electronic Education in Iraq in the Context of the Coronavirus Pandemic and After


Mona Abd El-Sattar Mohammed Hassan and Dr. Mayada Ahmed Al-Gaddah

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221119

Keywords: Digital Environment, Crisis, e-learning, Corona Pandemic


Abstract

In most countries of the world, university education faces several crises that vary according to their severity and the nature of their impact. Some are serious and some are harmful, and some have negative long-term effects where they occur. Some are light and ephemeral. The educational system in all countries of the world has witnessed the Coronavirus pandemic crisis, which has no alternative that this system could do. This led them to resort to electronic education as a solution to the crisis and to work to integrate education in its traditional and electronic way at best to proceed with the academic year with the least damage. This research therefore comes to know how to deal with the crisis, as the pandemic has swept all social sectors, including the university education sector, in which three parties are represented (the student, the educational institution, with an indication of the importance of digital transformation) and the need for this to be done through the field of university education in the first century, and through effective mechanisms, such as the upgrading it, through university education, and what can be done through the university education field Twenty-three major advances in science and technology and modern means of communication were made possible by digital technology, which provided new and flexible media in electronic or distance education.

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