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IJLT 2023 Vol.9(4): 422-429
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.4.422-429

Online Education Countermeasures Based on the Context of Epidemic Prevention and Control

Qianlin Hu* and Ahmad Yahya Dawod
International College of Digital Innovation, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand
*Correspondence: Hu_h@cmu.ac.th (Q.H.)

Manuscript received February 5, 2023; revised March 23, 2023; accepted April 13, 2023.

Abstract—This paper seeks to discuss some of the issues and countermeasures for online education during the COVID-19 pandemic. This paper begins by examining the context of online education in the current pandemic preparedness, including the challenges and opportunities for online education, and the impact of the pandemic on the education system. It then analyzes various responses to these challenges and their feasibility. In the face of the current pandemic control situation, numerous schools have adopted online education measures to reduce the risk of virus spread. However, this new form of education also poses some challenges. The report also reviews current online education practices in China, the problems that have emerged, and some of the countermeasures taken by educational institutions. It then discusses the impact of the epidemic on online education. In order to make online education more efficient and effective, this paper mainly adopts a questionnaire method. Through the questionnaire survey and analysis of teachers and students, some potential countermeasures are proposed as much as possible, including strengthening teachers’ guidance and support, improving the online instructional design, sharing online teaching experience, and improving technical and equipment support for online education thus improving its effectiveness and reducing the negative impact on students. Training for teachers and students on the use of online education tools should be strengthened to ensure the effective use of online education. Finally, the paper concludes by focusing on the future of online education, exploring its possibilities, improving its shortcomings, and taking feasible countermeasures for its effectiveness and sustainability.
Keywords—questionnaires, online education, teachers, education platforms 

Cite: Qianlin Hu and Ahmad Yahya Dawod, "Online Education Countermeasures Based on the Context of Epidemic Prevention and Control," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 422-429, December 2023. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.4.422-429

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