This reflection paper offers a systematic overview of the current debate on how the impact of the pandemic has been valued for digital and online learning practices and adaptations. As the pandemic has forced the established understanding of education and learning towards rapid digitalization, this reflection focuses on the post-COVID-19 pandemic period and asks what kinds of propositions are indispensable, so that the deployed digital transformation of teaching and learning can endure in the future.
In other words, will higher education return to known concepts and methods of primarily analogous teaching and learning in the post-pandemic period, or will the digital transformation last beyond the pandemic? Finally, who will benefit from continuing the digital transformation in higher education and who will be disadvantaged?
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