The Use of Modern Educational Technologies in Remote Learning in Higher Education During a Pandemic: the Case of COVID-19 in Cameroon
Abstract: In March 2020, the first case of COVID-19 was discovered in Cameroon. This led to the Higher Education Institutions resorting to remote learning to ensure continued teaching and learning. The researcher thus set out to bring to the limelight some recommendations for the use of educational technologies for remote learning in Cameroon and propose some suggestions to the government, the policy makers, the stakeholders and the teachers for more effective implementation of E-learning in Higher Education Institutions in Cameroon.
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