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How IT mindfulness can facilitate productivity in student learning – Dr Shalini Chandra writes in Financial Express

 
 

Dr Shalini Chandra (Associate Professor – Information Technology, SP Jain School of Global Management) wrote an article in the Financial Express, a leading news portal, on how IT mindfulness can facilitate productivity and creativity in student learning.

Dr-Shalini-Chandra - Inside article

In the article, she talks about how COVID-19 forced an abrupt switch to online learning in most universities, putting immense pressure on the students to adapt to new ways of online education creatively. “This sudden shift in learning mode created the demand for enhanced IT competency that added to the obstacles faced by many learners during a challenging time,” said Dr Chandra.

“IT mindfulness is an individual-level trait that enhances student learning effectiveness by providing a self-regulatory coping mechanism in the face of enhanced IT demands for learning. Individuals can learn IT mindfulness through management interventions and activities like training and role modelling,” writes Dr Chandra.

To read the full article, please click here.

 

 

 

 

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