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Title: Changes That Should Remain in Higher Education Post COVID-19: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of the Experiences at Three Universities
Authors: Benito, Águeda
Dogan Yenisey, Kubra
Khanna, Kavita
Masis, Manuel Felipe
Monge, Rosa Maria
Ali Tugtan, Mehmet
Vega Araya, Luis Diego
Vig, Rekha
Keywords: COVID-19
hybrid higher education
emergency remote delivery
digital enhancements
online learning
Publisher: Higher Learning Research Communications
Citation: Benito, Á., Dogan Yenisey, K., Khanna, K., Masis, M. F., Monge, R. M., Ali Tugtan, M., Vega Araya, L. D., y Vig, R. (2021). Changes That Should Remain in Higher Education Post COVID-19: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of the Experiences at Three Universities. Higher Learning Research Communications, 11(0), 51-75.
Abstract: Abstract: Objectives: The goal of the present study is to describe how the transition to remote emergency delivery was addressed in three universities during the COVID-19 pandemic, to determine the satisfaction levels of their students and faculty with this new teaching-learning experience, and to gather their opinions about the future of higher education. Method: The study uses a mixed-methods approach, including faculty and student surveys and focus groups Results: The study shows high satisfaction with the emergency remote delivery and clearly reflects the relevance of enhancing the digital components of future learning experiences in higher education and a unanimous preference for hybrid education. Participants provide recommendations to institutions regarding what students and faculty would like to keep for a more effective learning experience when the new normal comes. Conclusions: COVID-19 has had terrible consequences; however, the pandemic has brought along some positive effects and improvement opportunities in higher education, and, if the results of the present study are any indication, the future of face-to-face higher education should be hybrid. Implication for Theory and/or Practice: The study results can provide recommendations and inform decision-making by institutional leaders and policy makers regarding the necessary enhancement of the digital component of the teaching and learning process in higher education.
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