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International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education ; 14(5):2355-2364, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1979678


Technology and digital transformations are changing the way society is being connected and higher education at universities are being impacted in COVID-19 times. The digital advancements have assisted us to navigate through and be proactive with the least amount of disruption even in the wake of covid-19 period to keep continuing the business teaching and learning at universities. This is relevant in the higher education sector where online teaching and learning processes are digitally continuing with a higher success compared to other industries experiencing a complete shutdown. Important issues need careful understanding such as digital network issues, digital reach, digital infrastructure, digital safety, and privacy issues etc are stumbling blocks. The stakeholders such as the universities can successfully connect with students online with financial support from government and with secure systems still new challenges are being encountered. Digital transformation has made it essential for educational institutions to strategize resources according to emergency pandemic situation and in short and long term seek a sustainable model of digital education online which is expected to be a virtual reality very soon. The study uses qualitative research combined with a questionnaire to find out the effect of technology on education.

European Journal of Molecular and Clinical Medicine ; 7(3):40-44, 2020.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-956361


Objectives: The study finds out the challenges in healthcare supply chain and suggests the solutions for them. Methods: The study uses brief literature to discuss the challenges and solutions. The qualitative methodology used helps in discussing the main problems and possible methods for solving these. Results: Reach, Demand Uncertainty and shortages are the main problems and technology is one of the best solutions for addressing these. Conclusion: Technology, automation, localization, and data analytics will help healthcare supply chains to be resilient and sustainable in the future.