Academics working from home receive technical support from their universities, but mental health and well-being are often overlooked. Photo: ShutterstockAcademics working from home receive technical support from their universities, but mental health and well-being are often overlooked. Photo: Shutterstock
Academics working from home receive technical support from their universities, but mental health and well-being are often overlooked. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | Coronavirus made working from home the new normal, but are Hong Kong academics ready to go digital?

  • University teachers with young children or other family members working from home have found online teaching particularly challenging
  • Academics’ mental readiness and well-being should also be taken care of as that can severely impair the quality of teaching and learning

Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong
Academics working from home receive technical support from their universities, but mental health and well-being are often overlooked. Photo: ShutterstockAcademics working from home receive technical support from their universities, but mental health and well-being are often overlooked. Photo: Shutterstock
Academics working from home receive technical support from their universities, but mental health and well-being are often overlooked. Photo: Shutterstock
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