DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES AT HUNG VUONG UNIVERSITY
Keywords:digital transformation, information technology, Hung Vuong university, E-learning.
In the 4.0 revolution, the implementation of digital transformation in management and training activities is an urgent job at universities. The application of information technology to management and training activities not only helps universities improve management and training efficiency, but also changes the thinking, capacity and methods of the whole team: from experts, lecturers to leaders whom be able to build and operate the education system on a digital platform. In recent years, Hung Vuong University has also approached and digitised a number of management processes, e-learning materials, and online learning on the E-learning system. Digital transformation helps the school make the most of its resources to meet the increasing requirements of human resource training in both quantity and quality for socio-economic development.
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