Published on October 2020 | Education and technological innovation
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has become the most pressing virus that has affected the world negatively. This virus has brought many setbacks in all aspects of life including education. This study was conducted to find out how technological innovation has been introduced into education as the world is still battling with the COVID-19 pandemic. This study depended on primary and secondary sources of data. Wholly, the documents prepared by the International Labour Organisation captioned as ILO Sectoral Brief and United Nations Economic, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) constituted major facts of this research. It was identified that indeed technological innovation has become very relevant as in E-learning. Another finding was that numerous developing countries are still encountering barriers in enjoying E-learning as internet connectivity is a major problem. It was recommended that Non-Governmental Organisations should avail themselves to improve the state of internet connectivity in most of the developing countries to enjoy E-learning. Adequate training and workshop should be organised to educate students and teachers on the usage of E-learning in the world.