As many universities are looking forward in switching to online exams during COVID-19.
Students of Ghana Technology University College will be the taken unsupervised exams from home for what could be the first time, as universities move to new ways of assessing students during the coronavirus shutdown.
The move came amid a decision agreed upon by both the management of the institution and the Students Representative Council with plans underway to commence on the 18th of May to 7th June, 2020 from the schools E-learning Moodle Platform.
Beyond that some students of GTUC are expressing fears they would be disadvantaged by plans for wholesale online testing while campuses are locked down to prevent further spread of Covid-19.
To the best of our knowledge, this would be the first digital ‘open book’ exam delivered remotely for students in the Ghanaian Universities.
Online learning has become the new standard for education in a few weeks after the president of Ghana, Nana Akofo Addo announced no social gathering and that all schools were to shut.