New publication: Student Well-being in times of COVID-19 in the Netherlands

Whoop whoop, there is a new publication out there!

Miranda Trippenzee and I examined how university students experienced the COVID-19 pandemic in regard to their learning environment, with a specific focus on how the remote learning environment satisfied their basic psychological needs of autonomy, competence, and relatedness, how they interacted with their fellow students and what their ideas for a post-pandemic educational normal would be.

If you want to read about the contradictory role of relatedness for students pandemic-related well-being and their suggestions for hybrid learning environments with a focus on social cohesion, have a look at our new publication: