Higher Education Institutions and Covid-19

Higher Education Institutions and Covid-19: Toward Resilience and Sustainability Through Emergencies

Paperback Published on: 22/09/2023
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Synopsis

Offering insights into the adaptational strategies that were employed by higher education institutions worldwide during the Covid-19 pandemic, this volume considers the lasting effects of adaptation and change, as well as the perception of universities’ role in society and desired ways of operating.

Nearly overnight, the pandemic forced university leaders and faculty across the world to switch to remote models, not only of teaching and learning but also of managing an entire institution. This book recognizes how the scale of challenges as well as the range of measures specific universities had to undertake was uneven, with some being better equipped than the others. Using a selection of international case studies, it offers an insight into strategies employed by institutions worldwide to navigate the crisis, and highlights the targets and objectives addressed by them during these processes. In so doing, it offers invaluable lessons for the years to come.

An indispensable study into strategies that result in resilience and sustainability for universities, this book is essential reading for scholars of education, pedagogy, and organizational change in the higher education sector, as well as educational leaders around the world.

  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781032380476
  • Number of pages: 234
  • Weight: 400g
  • Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm

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