The National Action for Quality Education in Zambia (NAQEZ) says the resolve by some institutions of higher learning to continue offering lessons through e-learning platforms may face challenges with internet connectivity as some students are in remote parts of the country. Last week, the University of Zambia (UNZA) Senate resolved that teaching and learning at the institution would continue via Moodle and Astria online platforms during the period of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country. But commenting on the development in an interview with News Diggers, NAQEZ executive director Aaron Chansa observed that the resolve, despite being a good idea, would be faced with monumental technological challenges, especially rural parts of Zambia. “The idea is good on face value; it…...

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