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Digital transformation has been on the higher education agenda for some time, but COVID-19 has accelerated digital investments and projects at unimaginable speed. The industry arguably saw greater transformation in 2020 than the last 10 years combined. The crisis has compelled universities to reimagine teaching and learning possibilities, and to embrace online education as a delivery mode.
But how much of this is temporary and what looks likely to remain in 2021 and beyond?
This was the question put to higher education leaders at Turnitin’s 2020 Summit, from the Queensland University of Technology, The University of Melbourne, Edith Cowan University and Keypath Australia. The discussion centered on the need to adopt and adapt digital technologies, to develop online teaching methodologies, create curricula for online platforms and use virtual laboratories for research.