Guest editor: Jekatyerina Dunajeva, PhD (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)
The coronavirus pandemic has profoundly affected how education is provided around the globe, causing major disruptions and unprecedented challenges. With limited social contact and closing of institutions, both teachers and students faced new challenges to continuing their teaching and learning. With no uniform response to the pandemic across countries, arguably universities had the greatest autonomy in adjusting their system of education. Nevertheless, it was challenging to provide a resemblance of a learning routine for students, while also offering an appropriate support system for university teachers and staff.