The coronavirus pandemic virtually closed colleges in the spring of 2020 and transferred them to distance education. Distance learning and multidisciplinary learning in general should be used even more after the crisis.
Universities and polytechnics have communicated before the start of the fall semester how they are now striving to “operate as normally as possible”.
Most often, it means traditional face-to-face teaching, i.e. mass lectures, seminars, small groups, and student guidance on college campuses and face-to-face.