The disruptive nature of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe caught many people and sectors off-guard, including educational institutions.

The subsequent lockdown regulations and need to maintain social-distancing to contain the spread of the virus forced institutions to find innovative ways to accommodate a “new normal”, at least for the foreseeable future...

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