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The perceived impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education in the Southern Mediterranean

Abdellatif, Naouel; Al Aytouni, Kinaz; Affouneh, Saida; Baroud, Fawzi; Belhani, Ahmed; Berrada, Khalid; Bukhatwa, Salma; Candeias, António; Darazi, Rony; Eldeib, Ayman; Gherib, Jouhaina; Hamadeen, Radhi; Harbi, Sana; Laranjo, Marta; Mattar, Rima; Motii, Nadia; Rachid, Said; Rassas, Kherieh; Sanaa, Zebakh; Tweissi, Adiy; Yaseen, Hadeel

Stefanelli, Cristina; Nascimbeni, Fabio

This Occasional Paper presents the results of a survey launched in May 2020 among Presidents/Rectors, Vice Presidents/Vice Rectors and Offices of International Relations of UNIMED member universities in the Southern Mediterranean, aiming to better understand how universities have been reacting to the pandemic and which innovative solutions have been put in place. The survey results have been updated and enriched by the members of the UNIMED SubNetwork on eLearning and Open Education, and have been enriched with a selection of the inputs collected by UNIMED through the online platform “Online Resilience - A collection of Online Learning Stories during COVID-19”.

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