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The 2020 Pandemic has entirely transformed how the various service organizations are delivering services. […] The pandemic has entirely transformed the global lifestyle, thus resulting in the emergence of a virtual world, wherein service delivery through various online platforms has become a new normal. […] Almost all educational organizations, including schools and colleges, have made a paradigm shift and turned their base to the virtual platform for online classes.
Considering the current pandemic situation, the International Student Survey report on the students’ interest in studying in the European Union universities featuring in QS World Universities ranking, released by World QS Ranking in 2020, has highlighted the fact that technology is the key indicator of teaching quality and is also an important factor to be considered by the prospective students throughout the globe for making decisions regarding admissions in universities.
Virtual or online classrooms referred to in this study as click classroom has emerged as an alternative to the brick classroom, that is, the ordinary face-to-face classes and paved new ways of educating the students of all stages from school to university level.
The online platform should provide various features such as automated way of marking students’ attendance, recording of lecture, giving chat options, option to raise hand, option to send a message individually or in a group by a student or a faculty.
Paposa, K. K., & Paposa, S. S. (2022). From Brick to Click Classrooms: A Paradigm Shift During the Pandemic—Identifying Factors Influencing Service Quality and Learners’ Satisfaction in Click Classrooms. Management and Labour Studies. https://doi.org/10.1177/0258042X211066234