Encounters on Campus Creates a Sense of Community and Well-Being

Electronic tools enable new ways to learn and teach. The downsides of distance learning, however, are the loss of live contact and the erosion of community, which have significant and serious consequences for student well-being. The balance between distance and contact teaching needs to be maintained.

JAMKO reminds that students in full-time studies have the right to contact teaching and hopes that the agreed contact teaching rates will be implemented and not unilaterally changed into distance education. Encounters on campus create a sense of well-being and community for our whole university.

Chairperson of the JAMKO Board,
Annu Suvilehto

Executive Director of JAMKO,
Ismo Puhakka

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