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Digital Transformation in Education

Digital transformation goes beyond the implementation of digital technologies

It requires technological and pedagogical changes to take full advantage of such technologies. Through digital transformation, universities and other higher education institutions can help with the growing demands of students, faculty, and campuses creating a learning environment where everything connects.

It’s true that digital transformation in education has revolutionised the sector and, although it started at different times and progressing at different paces, institutions are aware that the digitisation step is just the beginning of a journey of continuous innovation. Embracing the optimisation and transformation of learning experience goes beyond replicating face-to-face courses online.

In this space, you will find our Digital Transformation series that relies on the survey conducted by D2L to understand how digital transformation is progressing around the world. The survey reached 4,830 higher education participants in 11 specific roles within education in the following markets: Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Singapore, India, the Philippines, UK, Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg), Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and South Africa.

Embracing digital transformation in education

Although universities in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region are at different stages of their digital transformation, they all recognise the value of technology in education. Download the e-book and learn more about the digital transformation journey that organisations have embarked on in the APAC region.

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Singapore: Digital transformation in education gains momentum one-pager Title Page

Singapore: Digital transformation in education gains momentum

The results show that over 95% of Singapore respondents who have a digital transformation strategy say they started planning before 2020. Download this one-pager and check out the key results highlighted for Singapore’s digital transformation.

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Philippines: Enthusiasm for change drives transformation one-pager Title Page

Philippines: Enthusiasm for change drives transformation

The results show that 48% of respondents in the Philippines who have a digital transformation strategy say that students’ access to the internet and digital devices is one of the main obstacles they face with digital transformation. Download this one-pager and check out the key results highlighted for the Philippines’ digital transformation.

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India: A period of reform for digital transformation on-pager Title Page

India: A period of reform for digital transformation

The results show that 66% of Indian respondents believe that COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated their digital strategy, which can be confirmed by the increase in the proportion of courses offered online reported by respondents. Download this one-pager and check out the key results highlighted for India’s digital transformation.

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ANZ: Digital transformation strategies continue despite challenges one-pager Title Page

ANZ: Digital transformation strategies continue despite challenges

During the pandemic, 57% of respondents from Australia and New Zealand put course material online and 52% put assessments online. Download this one-pager and check out the key results highlighted for ANZ’s digital transformation.

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Visit the Digital Transformation pages for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)
and Latin America (LATAM) to learn more about the digital transformation journey in these regions.

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