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Students all over the country have been instructed to stay home and have had their academic programmes continue online. Many are waiting for the Department of Higher Education to make moves, so what have they done for Higher Education?


University of Kwazulu-Natal has arranged for their students to get free data and laptops so that online learning can be more accessible to students and the academic programme can then continue with less difficulty. 


Students were caught cheating at Wits in a WhatsApp group and are now set to have hearings with the University's disciplinary committee. This has lead Wits to implement many changes to their assessment protocols. 


Covid-19 has forced Universities to use online learning to continue their academic programme. Now, many Wits students want to de-register as they can't cope with online learning and are having issues balancing the workload. 


The attitude that online learning is a ‘watered down’ version of ‘real’ education has been put to the test and the IMM Graduate School is passing with flying colours. If anything, during the COVID-19 crisis, online learning is proving to be the better solution and just as with every other industry in 2020, education can never go back to what it was just a few short weeks ago.





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