Teaching and Learning through the pandemic: the effects of remote work on women academics

Maria Vardaki, Eleni Tzouramani*, Niki Panteli

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Abstract

During the pandemic, the Higher Education had to rapidly adapt to new ways of working with both staff and students having to swiftly work in a remote environment for a prolonged period. This research is focusing on how women in academia within the Higher Education environment in the UK have adapted to virtual working, online teaching and learning and in what way they were affected by the pandemic in their various professional and home life. The research approach is to investigate women in academia perspectives during the transitional period from face-to-face onto e-learning and the mechanisms that they have used, in order to endure the challenges of work and everyday life.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 29th UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) International Conference
Subtitle of host publicationUniversity of Kent 25th-26th April 2024
PublisherUK Academy for Information Systems
Number of pages9
ISBN (Print)9781739087517
Publication statusPublished - 2024
Event29th UK Academy for Information Systems International Conference - University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Apr 202426 Apr 2024
https://www.ukais.org/ukais-conference/ukais-2024/

Conference

Conference29th UK Academy for Information Systems International Conference
Abbreviated titleUKAIS 2024
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
CityCanterbury
Period25/04/2426/04/24
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Keywords

  • remote work
  • pandemic
  • women academics
  • higher education
  • support
  • teaching

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