The Digital wellbeing report will be an introduction to the meaning, scope, and application of digital wellbeing in HEI.
The report aims to raise understanding and awareness of the digital wellbeing among HE lecturers. More specifically, the aim is to raise awareness of the importance of achieving a balance between digital teaching and the wellbeing of lecturers when they are suddenly exposed to risks to their physical and mental health that they have not had to face before.
The DWEL report offers up-to-date information on digital wellbeing specifically from the perspectives of teaching staff, researchers, and management staff in the higher education sector. It investigates the experiences and perceptions of those working in the higher education sector on the themes of digital wellbeing. The results of the DWEL report serve as a good basis for, among other, planning future actions. The report also offers a brief overview good practices from other fields, which can also be applied to the higher education sector. Moreover, it proposes measures and tools that can be used to strengthen digital well-being in the HEI sector. The impact of digitalization and technology on working life and wellbeing has been studied thoroughly but the concept of digital wellbeing is quite new.