What Can We Learn About Educational Project Management in Times of Covid-19?

Volume6 Issue2
Pages: 75-81 Download Count : 1438 View Count: 2032 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.826324 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


In the actual covid-19 crisis, Moroccan universities have been obliged to convert face-to-face education to online education context. This situation is much more challenging for students who are appealed to work collaboratively on their final project as well as for teachers who must monitor the project progress and students’ performance. This paper presents an experiment report of initial implementation of agile strategy in remote project management of undergraduate students. The study is approached from two point of view: communication and collaboration; data centralization and efficient monitoring. The discussion is based on student’s online activity analysis and structured survey of students’ perception on the applied method. The results reveal that the integration of the agile strategy has a significant positive impact on students’ performance in online project management and offers an interesting tool for teachers supervising project teamwork.


  • Covid19
  • remote project management
  • agile strategy
  • educational context
  • collaborative learning
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