Impact of COVID-19 on the higher education system in Malaysia.docx

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Table of ContentsAbstract............................................................................................................................................2Introduction......................................................................................................................................2Methodology....................................................................................................................................3Discussion........................................................................................................................................3Effects on education system........................................................................................................3Challenges to overcome the issue................................................................................................5Recommendations........................................................................................................................5Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................6Reference.........................................................................................................................................71
AbstractHigher education institutions are being checked by dramatic social changescaused by COVID-19 and the Malaysia Movement (MCO). MCO wasimplemented in Malaysia in mid-March 2020, prompting Higher educationinstitutions to completely transition to online learning. The study looked atprevious work by Google scholars and content from other websites. Malaysialacks infrastructure and funding to sustain online learning. This raises the questionhow students, particularly those given a scholarship or loan, will complete theircourses on time. Despite Malaysia's Internet penetration rate of over 80%, there isa major infrastructure divide between West and East Malaysia. Students' access toonline education and success was influenced by Internet connectivity gapsbetween East and West Malaysia. Malaysians encountered negative mental well-being during the MCO. Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia introduced pandemice-learning. Malaysia's Higher Education Roadmap 2015–2025 aims to raisegraduate employability to over 80%. This requires post-test rethinking ofMalaysia's higher education intent.IntroductionHigher education institutions are being tested by dramatic societal changes brought aboutby COVID-19 and Malaysia Movement (MCO). Today's students aren't the same as yesterdays.It is also unlike its predecessors. identifying these gaps and meeting the different learning stylesand attitude requirements is difficult for educational and design professional students have astrong demand for online learning courses Entrepreneurship has attracted considerable attentionfrom educational institutions and academic researchers. (Tan, 2020b) However, also for those inelementary to higher levels of education, an observational research will be conducted. Theprevious research discusses the variables reach of e-learning occurs online Knowledge andperformance-enhancing internet technologies refers to internet-based e-learning. According toLoheswar (2020), Web-based training incorporates e-learning, Internet-based training, andautomated delivery of learning. As well, since there is more to e-learning, it can be obtainedthrough the internet, the intranet, and hypertext documents. The scope of online learning extends2
through networks, colleges, municipalities, families, and non-profit organizations. Teachers willuse e-learning to improve the quality and effectiveness of instruction in addressing social,scientific, and pedagogical issues. (Rafidi, 2020) Using online tools, students can get onlinelessons when and resources from anywhere and at any time. online learning tools may also beused for either teacher- or learner-led interactions. At the time of the MCO, a large percentage ofschooling was conducted by online learning. Other than that, course materials are available all

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