There are striking differences between countries and cultures in the pandemic experience, in general and in higher education. To appreciate
Its 2030 and the COVID-19 has changed the world including the world of learning. A decade after Corona, the cure
Universities have historically been relied on for creation and dispersion of knowledge. Initially, they attracted knowledge seekers driven by curiosity.
Transforming Europe into a knowledge-based economy has been a prime objective of the European Union since the Lisbon European Council
The world is faced with several grand challenges such as climate change, chronic infections and pandemics, food insecurity, drug/antibiotic resistance,
Omni: in all ways or places; Omniverse: a universe that is spacio-temporally four-dimensional. When Clark Kerr coined the term ‘multiversity’
Before the COVID-19 crisis, world universities were seriously impacted by several global trends: Digitalization and its consequences – as knowledge