Podcast digital education In this podcast Hinako and Lyzanne discuss digital education during corona in higher education. Tags: Digital MediaNet Navigators November 22, 2021 by Lyzanne COVID19 Education Mental Health Net Navigators Online Education 1 You may also like... AUKUS: A Sequel to the Cold War or Just Another Flop? Instagram culture and Goffman’s concepts of front stage and backstage behavior Is it really worth it? – What do the influencers on social media tell you about a beauty product. 1 Response Comments1 Pingbacks0 fleurardon says: December 14, 2021 at 11:30 am I very much relate to the feeling of not or barely having learned anything since the beginning of the pandemic. Even when in live workgroups with my webcam turned on I find myself zoning out frequently because of the lack of motivation that you mentioned. I understand that the university like ours has less need for physical education, however I can not help but feel like digital education and for me especially digital tests have not been helpful for learning. The last year or so, I have been living in a constant feeling of wanting to get things done quickly, or watching a weblecture at dubble the speed because I do not have the attention span anymore for a full weblecture. In addition, I also had professors that would upload weblectures of more than two or even three hours instead of the usual one and a half hour. This basically destroyed my daily rhythm and motivation to get anything done. Great podcast! It is refreshing to hear others have the same frustrations as I sometimes do. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.