Introduction and Background: The devastating consequences of the corona virus pandemic continue today. Despite all the efforts against the epidemic, the process is not over. A definitive treatment management has not yet been found. In this context, this article aims to draw a systematic scenario, possible risks and solution proposals for universities in general and Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University (ALKU) in particular, and to bring this systematic structure to development with an interdisciplinary perspective in terms of qualitative research
Methods and Materials: This research is a qualitative scientific study based on expert opinion. The issue of opening universities, which constitutes the application field of the study, was examined in the example of Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University (ALKU).
Results: According to expert opinions; first of all, a health screening for risk groups will significantly relieve our potential concerns. In addition, the models we will develop for risk groups will reduce the heavy cost of the virus. It will provide some benefits if the hybrid education model is activated temporarily and relatively, especially considering seasonal changes and local effects.
Conclusions: Indeed, the struggle of the coronavirus pandemic is not plain sailing. Because this pandemic challenges us with several problems, such as: multi-component, multi-layered, complex global-local problems. It is clear that our university has made a great effort in this regard. Considerable efforts have been made to address many of the problems and solutions identified the above. In this respect, this study was also written in order to form a memory card and present a ready-made template for similar problems.
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