Digital Transformation of Learning due to COVID 19
Digital Transformation of Learning due to COVID-19. Keynote address delivered by Dr Naveed Malik, COL Special Adviser: Technology & Innovation, at the International Conference on Digitalization and Cyber Security: Challenges, Opportunities and Way Forward on August 10, 2020.
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