By: Sonny Zulhuda
Note: this short article was published by the New Straits Times (NST) Online on Friday, 29th May 2020 at this link.
We were reminded by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (NST, 16 May 2020) to ensure continued education with new methods of online and remote teaching and learning (RTL). He said this must be strengthened as e-learning is the future of education.Teachers and lecturers must develop their skills with this new normal. With necessary skills and knowledge, RTL will not be less fun and interesting. In contrary, being unfamiliar with how technology works may lead to some legal complications. Therefore in conducting RTL, educators also need to take care of those legal risks so as not to end up in a legal mess and potential liabilities.
There are three major legal risks educators and learning institutions need to anticipate in RTL, namely identification, content, and communication.Continue reading “Three Major Legal Risks in Remote Teaching and Learning”