Digital Readiness for Social Educators in Health Care and Online Learning During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Bibliometric Analysis
Keywords:Digital readiness, COVID-19, student development and success
Digital technologies have been earsplittingly discussed for a long time with multi-sides of enormous benefits and challenges in educational application. When the Covid19 pandemic has outbreak worldwide, global governments have popularly employed the movement control order (MCO) and social distances policies, international borders closed, schools and higher education applied for fully online courses. Several studies show that digital readiness is the crucial factor that significantly impacts students' satisfaction and success in online learning. This study will analyze the overall resources and digital readiness in multi-sides to enhance student learning and development outcomes through an online learning environment. For this purpose, Scopus and web of science databases are used to find the literature. The final 32 articles are select for the S.L.R. (systematic literature review). The bibliometric analysis will conduct for text frequency co-occurrence to identify the cluster themes. The vital step of data classification will process according to the author's segmentation and published research settings. In the last findings of the study, reports will explain past literature and recent outbreak. The findings cover three main themes: digital readiness in learning management, digital readiness for learners, and digital readiness for educators. During the covid19 pandemic, the concept of digital readiness for educators concealed in both healthcare advising and lesson teaching in home-based learning models. These findings are expected to benefit stakeholders involved in online teaching and learning during and resilient post-Covid-19 pandemic.
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