The rector of the Technological University of Panama, Héctor Montemayor, said that they are working on the expansion of laboratories and a biosafety project.
In 2022, classes at the Technological University of Panama (UTP) could be face-to-face, said the rector of this house of higher studies, Héctor Montemayor.
Motemayor said that they are working on technological facilities, expansion of laboratories and a biosafety project to return to face-to-face classes.
However, he stated that they will continue to teach classes through the virtual modality.
"I want to tell you that virtuality is here to stay, we are going to continue taking advantage of it because it will allow us to bring high-level exhibitors through virtuality and bring knowledge to different parts of the country where we do not have infrastructure," said the rector of the UTP during the inauguration of 4 new buildings on the Central Campus.
Currently, detailed Montemayor, face-to-face classes are taught in laboratories that require it, and for the second semester they will use a hybrid process.
In Panama, classes are kept at a distance due to the covid