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ESU (European Students' Union) har publicerat en rapport om hur studenter har upplevt den digitala omställnigen under pandemin. Rapporten, Student life during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown Europe-wide insights, omfattar svar från över 17 000 studenter från 41 europeiska länder. Studien täcker många områden: studier, support, tillgång till teknik och studiematerial, sociala kontakter, ekonomiska förutsättningar, studiemiljö och psykisk ohälsa.
This report presents insights on student experiences during lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic based on questionnaire responses given by students studying in Europe in April 2020. The broader framework of the research was informed by the notion of resilience as “a process linking a set of adaptive capacities to a positive trajectory of functioning and adaptation after a disturbance” (Norris et al. 2008, 130). In less technical terms, the research focus has examined the capacity of students, understood as a diverse group, to have reasonably positive academic experiences in a disaster context such as the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the role of their academic environment, social networks, emotional make-up, knowledge and skills and material resources in enabling such experiences.
Flera studentröster hörs i en podd med studenter från hela Europa, NextNormal. Här hittar du 11 avsnitt som tar upp aktuella frågor inom högre utbildning som har blivit särskilt intressanta under pandemin.
What is the “NextNormal” of European student life? There will be a time after the Corona shutdown, and we want to discuss what it should look like. How can we learn from the digital turn in order to create a better future for higher education? In our podcast, we are talking to students and student unions from all over Europe about the “NextNormal” – the future of higher education beyond Corona. Each episode is dedicated to one European country.