Unlocking Academic Success: How The JD-R Model Can Help Overcome Perceived Challenges of Online Learning

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Abstract

The pandemic continues to reshape traditional learning environments with 189 out of the world’s top 200 universities moving a portion of their teaching online at the height of the pandemic, which has become the ‘new norm’. While once a reactionary necessity, both academics and students alike have discovered the benefits of engaging in purpose-built, pedagogically sound and well-supported online courses. It also became quickly apparent that online learning cannot simply be a carbon copy of face-to-face lectures as it requires an intentional skillset, a supportive infrastructure with integrated technologies, as well as an understanding of the psychological factors that optimise online learning and learner engagement.
Original languageEnglish
No.10
Specialist publicationAIB Review
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jul 2023

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