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    Title: E-learning Ergonomic Challenges During the Covid-19 Pandemic
    Authors: Suárez-Monzón, Noemí
    Jadán-Guerrero, Janio
    Requeiro, Reinaldo
    Delgado Valdivieso, Karina
    Issue Date: 2021
    Publisher: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems. Volume 269, Pages 324 – 330. AHFE Conference on Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences, 2021. Virtual, Online. 25 July 2021 through 29 July 2021
    Abstract: The studies continuity during COVID-19 pandemic has led to the widespread use of information technologies. They keep inadequate ergonomic positions, which lead to various health conditions due to the curricula huge demands. The current learning practices developed in conditions of social isolation and at home exacerbate ergonomic factors unfavorable to young students’ health. The objective is to describe the problems associated with ergonomic factors affecting young Ecuadorian university students. The research is developed under a descriptive approach. It has been carried out based on the application of a survey to a non-probabilistic sample of 585 students who are being trained as teachers. The descriptive analysis of the data informs: inadequate conditions concerning to furniture, illumination, noise, temperature and chromatography. Most of the students showed difficulties in adapting to virtual learning. Finally, it is concluded that the ergonomic challenges described find a research in the immediate future between the disciplines of school health promotion pedagogy, technology and learning ergonomics.
    URI: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-030-80000-0_38
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