Chapter 5

The Covid 19 Pandemic – Is it the catalyst for developing digital wellbeing approaches to transform learning and teaching practice?

The Chapter Five explores key questions such as: What is digital wellbeing? How does it manifest in our institutions and on a personal level? How does it help academics transform learning and teaching, and: What is the impact of social change on digital well-being? By using examples and mini case studies, the Author explores how we can continue to adjust our practice and support those who are reticent or reluctant to transition through technological change to improve academic teaching, learning and transformation of practice. The latter questions were explored through a reflective process by sharing scenarios to show the impact on institutions and on individuals through a socio-psychological lens which is integrated into a teaching framework.

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The Covid 19 Pandemic – Is it the catalyst for developing digital wellbeing approaches to transform learning and teaching practice?

The Chapter Five explores key questions such as: What is digital wellbeing? How does it manifest in our institutions and on a personal level? How does it help academics transform learning and teaching, and: What is the impact of social change on digital well-being? By using examples and mini case studies, the Author explores how we can continue to adjust our practice and support those who are reticent or reluctant to transition through technological change to improve academic teaching, learning and transformation of practice. The latter questions were explored through a reflective process by sharing scenarios to show the impact on institutions and on individuals through a socio-psychological lens which is integrated into a teaching framework.

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Marie Fisher, Australian Catholic University, Australia

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