Podcast Series: Student Mental Health & Online Engagement

Podcast Series: Student Mental Health & Online Engagement

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This two part podcast series produced by the Institute for Academic Development examines the impact of online engagement on students’ mental health.  It explores the positive sides of online engagement, the downsides, the unintended consequences and what we can do to make things a little bit better.

Listen: Episode 17 – Student Mental Health & Online Engagement Part 1

Listen: Episode 18 – Student Mental Health & Online Engagement Part 2

Resources

Listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Contributors

Esther Mijers Director of Teaching for UG in History Classics & Archaeology University of Edinburgh

Wendy Ugolini Director of Teaching for PG in History, Classics & Archaeology University of Edinburgh

Niamh McCrossan  VP Welfare, Edinburgh University Students’ Association University of Edinburgh

Martin Judd Assistant Director, Student Support; The Student Disability Service University of Edinburgh

Vicky Madden Digital Safety Support Officer, in the Learning Teaching and Web Services Team, in Information Services University of Edinburgh

Harriet Harris University Chaplain University of Edinburgh

Cathy Bovill Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement, IAD University of Edinburgh


Producers

Joe Arton and Cathy Bovill

Edited and presented by Joe Arton Academic Developer, Learning & Teaching Enhancement, IAD

Music Provided By Hooksounds

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