Narxoz Law and Public Policy has completed a study on the organization of full-time education using online technologies during the state of emergency in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The report focuses on the rapid deployment of online technologies university-wide and the effectiveness of their use. The study was based on a survey of the faculty of our university, which included questions on faculty readiness to use online technologies, methodological and qualitative changes in the educational process, major challenges in the use of technology, and suggestions for improving the quality of classes.
The study will be interesting not only for Narxoz University employees, but also for leaders of all educational institutions of the Republic of Kazakhstan, who have also faced the need for wide and rapid adoption of online technologies in their educational programs. The team of researchers conclude their report with recommendations on the opportunities and needs created by the new format for educational institutions as well as the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
We hope that our study will be useful for the country’s higher education system and invite faculty, experts, university leaders and representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan to discuss the results and work together to improve the quality of education we provide.