Around the world, universities face myriad challenges: how to educate as many students as possible, while keeping the quality of teaching and research high, and responding to the pressures of globalisation and privatisation.
Tunisia has met some of these challenges by embracing the power of digital technology to support students, explains digital education specialist Houda Bouslama in this audio interview. Back in 2002, the country opened the Virtual University of Tunis (UVT), initially to help integrate information and communications technologies into the broader higher education sector.
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