Doctorate Online Learning: Some Current Challenges and Future Trends

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Abstract

we are confronted with many different types of learning. For example, case, reflective, experiential, research, among others, are all types of learning with a different purpose, and their own challenges, that may be practised at a higher education provider. There was a concerted effort to rapidly move to online learning due to the challenges of the pandemic by higher education providers in Australia and internationally. However, some higher education providers and students have been learning online at various levels and disciplines for many years prior to, during, and since the pandemic. Online learning has its own challenges and providers seek to navigate these challenges now and in the future. A question to pose is: what are some of the current challenges and future trends of online learning in business disciplines at the doctoral level (e.g. in Australia)? This piece endeavours to answer these questions.
Original languageEnglish
No.10
Specialist publicationAIB Review
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jul 2023

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