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Academic Teachers about Their Productivity and a Sense of Well-Being in the Current COVID-19 Epidemic


[ 1 ] Instytut Logistyki, Wydział Inżynierii Zarządzania, Politechnika Poznańska | [ P ] employee

Scientific discipline (Law 2.0)

[5.6] Management and quality studies

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International Journal od Envinonmental Research and Public Health

Journal year: 2022 | Journal volume: vol. 19 | Journal number: iss. 9

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scientific article

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  • remote teaching
  • digital competences
  • academic teachers
  • COVID-19
  • quality of working life
  • mental well-being
  • teacher work productivity

EN This article looked at the situation of university teachers in Poland during the COVID-19 epidemic as a result of their need to work remotely. The study was conducted in the first stage (I) on 21 academicians and in the second stage (II) on 18 academicians. The study was conducted to determine the level of productivity of the study group in their online learning competencies in relation to their well-being, as well as during the height, and weakening of the epidemic. The results of the survey conducted, especially during the height of the epidemic, indicated varying levels of self-evaluation of their productivity in relation to their digital competencies linked to the need for them to work remotely, which also affected their psychological well-being. Several cases of respondents indicated a negative assessment of their own productivity, and thus their quality of work life and sense of psychological well-being. However, some respondents, on the contrary, showed a desire to work, the need for self-improvement, and to continue their mission of teaching.

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4970-1 - 4970-18





Article number: 4970

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