Learning Digitally: The Importance of Slowing Down

Learning Digitally: The Importance of Slowing Down

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In this post, University of Edinburgh Students Claudia Elijas, a 3rd year in Geophysics and Fraser McBain a student of Economics and Politics describe their embodied experience of the University’s transition from face-to-face to digital learning and teaching and the importance of slowing down for both mental health and productivity

Learning Digitally: The Importance of Slowing Down

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