EPALE Podcast – Pandemic and the higher education experience
It is obvious that the global pandemic has been disproportionally rough on those already in vulnerable positions. One group of learners particularly affected by the pandemic are higher education students.
For those living through their university years, these past two years have most likely been quite different from what they had imagined.
Many students have really struggled with motivation to learn and general well-being. However, some have also found unexpected positives in the forced distance learning period. Find out more as we hear from students in Finland, UK and Estonia.
You will hear insights and experiences by:
Kirsi Höykinpuro, University of Helsinki
Sara Pasino, Cardiff University
Kätlin Armei, Tallinn University
Elm Magazine article: I feel I have missed out on my university experience
Elm Magazine article: Outdoor study sessions brought surprising benefits to university and elderly students
You can read the full transcript here.