Digital Well-Being

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Rehan Ahmed Khan


Educational Institutions across the world have shifted from campus-based teaching and learning to an online system of delivery of education. During this transition phase, much emphasis has been laid on the administrative and technological aspects of online teaching and learning. This includes resource building, faculty development, online student engagement, and training. Importance has also been given to the challenges of online assessment which includes but is not limited to online cheating, implementation of online proctoring, and assessment of clinical skills. However, in this process, one of the aspects that have not been given due diligence is the digital well-being of the end-users i.e, teachers and students.

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Khan, R. (2020). Digital Well-Being. Health Professions Educator Journal, 3(2), 9.