Education is a lever for the development and fulfillment of human beings in the world. It makes available all the means to increase the capacities of which each individual abounds. Nevertheless, due to its stature, it remains a weak link at the time of disasters and pandemics such as the Spanish flu or COVID-19. Moreover, this study aims to analyze the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on university teaching methods. Through mixed research, the techniques of simple random sampling and reasoned choice helped to take into account 105 subjects. At the end of the handover of data collection tools, the results reveal that COVID-19 has led university actors to use ICTs more to accomplish their sovereign mission, especially teachers who had to lead their courses online, given that the the doors of the universities were closed.
Adolphe Ahonnon, Jules-Marie Gandagbe, Blaise Alihonou Oussou, Ramelle Arilessou, Alassane Boukary Biga. Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on university pedagogy in Benin: Case of Injeps. International Journal of Advanced Educational Research, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2022, Pages 105-113