ABCs of Handling Zoom Fatigue (Part 1)

It has been nearly half a year since EAST moved our classes and meetings, including weekly Chapel services online. The tsunami of online meetings and webinars have taken a toll on the health of our students, faculty, and staff. Since the intensity of online engagements will be here to stay for a while,  we all need to learn to deal and cope with this fatigue.

Research has been done in this area and we want to share tips which you might find helpful. We want to thank Dr Lau Ying Kheng for collating the A,B,Cs tips on handling Zoom Fatigue below:

“A” refers to adjusting our screen “views” to “speaker’s view” (when we are attending class or meeting), and not looking at your own view.

“B” refers to taking a break regularly for the brain to rest, or using a “Backstretch”.

“C” refers to cutting down on virtual meetings.

#SaturdayGoodRead #ZoomReliefTips

Part 2 can be found here.

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