Wellbeing, Disrupted: Open education to support a flexible understanding of inclusive wellbeing

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Carter, Susan, Andersen, Cecily, Stagg, Adrian and Turner, Michelle. 2021. "Wellbeing, Disrupted: Open education to support a flexible understanding of inclusive wellbeing." Digital Dexterity Champions Network 2021 event. Australia 01 - 12 Feb 2021 https://members.caval.edu.au/digitaldexterity#Day2.
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Wellbeing, Disrupted: Open education to support a flexible understanding of inclusive wellbeing

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AuthorsCarter, Susan, Andersen, Cecily, Stagg, Adrian and Turner, Michelle
Year2021
Place of Publicationhttps://members.caval.edu.au/digitaldexterity#Day2
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttps://members.caval.edu.au/digidex2021
Conference/EventDigital Dexterity Champions Network 2021 event
Event Details
Digital Dexterity Champions Network 2021 event
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In person
Event Date
01 to end of 12 Feb 2021
Event Location
Australia
Abstract

Keeping wellbeing in homeostasis where people feel well and balanced is complex, especially in the COVID-19 landscape where our places of work and learning have for many, involved somewhat forced reconceptualization. Demarcation between work and home has become increasingly blurred in many sectors, and trying to negotiate the converging worlds of work, study, and home lives becomes a constant challenge. Rather than ‘working from home’, we are instead ‘taking home to work’ and this creates implications for perceptions of personal and professional wellbeing. It is into this rabbit hole that we seek to explore with you maintaining wellbeing while focusing on publishing an open text book and then using this publication to lessen barriers to learning.

This workshop, facilitated by the authors of the open textbook ‘Wellbeing in Educational Contexts’, aims to support you to create a contextualised wellbeing model that has professional and personal applications. During the ninety minutes, explore the construct of wellbeing and attributes associated with health and wellbeing. You will be actively engaged in a range of online activities, including co-constructing content and examining how to apply the themes of wellbeing to the library digital context and to ‘the self’. The open educational principles of inclusive access, participant voice, and shared resources employed in the workshop will also be professionally relevant to librarians, especially those in the academic sector. An introduction to open education and open textbooks, based on the facilitators continued engagement with publishing will also be provided.

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ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390499. Specialist studies in education not elsewhere classified
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