Designing for Digital Wellness: Videoconferencing Guidelines for Inclusion

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2022-09
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Heiser, Rebecca
Palalas, Aga
Gollert, Ashley
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Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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PCF10 Sub-theme: Inspiring Innovations // Digital wellness intends to promote academic achievement and holistic wellbeing while avoiding the potential harms of technology in the application of videoconferencing solutions. Drawing from extant literature in a systematic review, we found six design themes for course designers to utilize, create, and plan inclusive learning experiences in videoconferencing learning spaces. Based on our examination of the following themes, accessibility, active learning strategies, multimodal communication, readiness, social presence, and socio-cultural sensitivity, we have provided guiding questions to inform design considerations for digital wellness and inclusive learning through videoconferencing technologies. // Paper ID 4810
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Digital Wellness, Videoconferencing Guidelines, Inclusive Design
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Canada
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Caribbean and Americas
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