Applying Digital Arts Experience to Strengthen the Organizational Culture in Higher Education During the Pandemic
Keywords:Digital Arts Experience, Organizational Culture, Higher Education in Pandemic
During the COVID-19, schools were faced with changes in organizational culture under the digital education model. It is a new challenge facing higher education universities to promote cultural competitiveness, enhancing the confidence of educators in organizational culture, and communicating the cultural atmosphere to educators through digital technology. This concept paper mainly emphasizes the introduction of Digital Arts experience into organizational culture, thereby enhancing the appeal of the university organizational culture. This requires the university to combine both ideology and technology, highly advocating the organization's core concept through the global digital trend during the pandemic. This concept paper provides a new perspective of change for constructing organizational culture in universities facing education and digital challenges during the pandemic. The Digital Arts experience will be an essential part of the global university organization culture after COVID-19.
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