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Figure 3: Zest for Work
Figure 4: Student Minds
Figure 5: Adapted from Yerkes–Dodson Stress Curve (Corbett, 2015)
Figure 6: from: Good practice principles to support the digital wellbeing of your students and staff; © JISC
Figures 7 and 9: from: Digital wellbeing for you, your colleagues and students: Briefing paper for practitioners; © JISC
Figure 8: Pecis, L. and Florisson, R. (12 August 2021). Mitigating wellbeing pressures in remote and hybrid working models. The Work Foundation at Lancaster University. Available from: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/ work-foundation/ news/ blog/ mitigating-wellbeing-pressures-in-remote-and-hybrid-working-models
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