Ekrem Nurović1 & Mersid Poturak2
1Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
2Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Abstract: E-learning has been around for the last decade, but COVID-19 has dramatically modified this concept with new dimensions. Significant changes in the educational sector are linked to new technological development and the digital transformation of the educational setting. By 2030, the world education market is expected to reach approximately USD 10 trillion. Many universities are today developing digital training strategies to speed up cloud computing, big data, IoT, and intelligent technology adoption. So here the focus is on “smart education/ Digital University”. Now, most universities are implementing technologies for digital training to speed up the use of big data, cloud services, information technology, and intelligent technologies. In the future by 2040, the technology of blockchain will play an important role in university accreditation and student evidence. Learning directions will be saved and confirmed by fellow Members and universities on the blockchain. We should keep in mind that investment in education is an investment in the security of our future. The digital education strategy is the high-tech strategy, and it represents the pathways to universities to adopt the latest technologies of today’s society with education quality.
Keyword: E-learning, Digitalization of Higher Education Institutions, Blockchain in Education, Future of Education
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