Narcisa Roxana Mosteanu


Technologies appear because of the quality of the education and research process, and human intelligence completes a successful future. The latest events of 2020 have shown us the benefits of technologies created by scientists, in the innovative approach to university education - the transition from teaching and conventional research to the digital campus, through EdTech. Actual movements in socio-economic life around the world impose e-learning and e-presence. However, moving digital is more than online teaching. Present research analysis was conducted on two different types of institutions: public and private universities from Europe, with different teaching and learning system: American and European. Information was congregated through face-to-face and online interaction with representative people from universities. The present research paper aims to demonstrate how a digital campus, with all its aspects, can perform a crucial role in enriching the university campus’s structure and culture to ensure the quality assurance of teaching, research, and administrative management using actual innovative technologies.

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