In this paper, the author found and analyzed the problems caused by the change of traditional teaching methods to online in classrooms and laboratories. Looking at the analysis of major problems, first, there were various technical problems, including not all environments and facilities being connected to the Internet. Second, the effectiveness of virtual classes, which were suddenly switched online, could also be questioned. Finally, in the face of a new environment, the stress of teachers to adapt rapidly to the new teaching methodology was a problem. The author proposed digital transformation as a way to address these problems. The author analyzed educational changes, learning modalities and various technical tools, and various tasks to enable digital transformation. First, the author investigated, analyzed, and presented the factors necessary to efficiently operate the classroom environment that will change to online. Next, the author analyzed the factors and problems needed to make the students' classes reliable and efficient, and proposed solutions. Finally, the author pointed out the problem that during online lectures, the responsibility of learning is excessively transferred from teachers to students, and proposed a solution to this problem. Subsequently, the author proposed future studies.