Blended and Remote Learning – Are Increasing Student Mental Health Issues the Hidden Dark Side?
Abstract: This blog examines the rise of remote learning in universities during the pandemic. It reviews the possible negative impacts of the continued use of remote and blended learning models in universities post lockdown, especially its impact on student mental health and the student experience. IntroductionThe COVID-19 pandemic necessitated a global shift towards remote learning […]
Why space utilisation studies remain key in higher education
As we highlighted in a recent blog on the importance of space utilisation in higher education, challenges remain despite an increase in remote learning that has continued post pandemic. Challenges in space utilisation are not just around teaching spaces – ensuring that the quality of teaching spaces is high and that there is an appropriate […]