Johannesburg – Although it was always bound to happen, the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic expedited the world into mass digitisation, especially in the field of education.
Both students and teachers were forced to adhere to physical distancing and depended on online spaces for communication. Until then, this was a total rarity. This new reality was of course not without challenges. The migration to digitisation outrightly shone a light on a lot of hidden issues of inequality.
Many people had no access to computers, phones, or data that was pertinent to accessing digital spaces and participation. Others who were unfamiliar with digital devices and spaces struggled to access…
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