Higher education leaders say that better teacher training and infrastructure are needed to prepare graduates for a post-Covid world
Indonesian higher education has experienced a major cultural shift since Covid-related campus closures began in 2020, experts told a round-table discussion hosted by Coursera and Times Higher Education. The vast nation of 270 million is quickly universitas negeri di jakarta beserta jurusannya building up its digital infrastructure to reach new generations of students.
Filiana Santoso, rector of Swiss German University, Indonesia, said that the required shift to e-learning could be seen as “a blessing in disguise” and a “game changer”.
“Everyone now has to advance their digital literacy – not only students but also lecturers,” she said. “It’s unavoidable that, after two years, we are fully immersed in online learning.”