In this course, we look at ways we can improve our relationship with technology, and how we can use it in a more positive, and less intrusive way.
Nowadays, technology has become increasingly important in our day-to-day lives. Both in work, and in our personal lives. But sometimes our relationship with technology isn’t always great.
Have you ever heard your phone ping, and found yourself feeling annoyed or anxious before you’ve even looked at the screen? Or have you had physical symptoms of using technology too much – feeling tired, strained eyes, sore head? Or do you simply get too distracted and can’t focus on work?
We know that technology can be helpful, useful, and have a positive impact on our lives. Sometimes we need to strike a balance that feels right for us. How can we cut down on the negative effects of so much time on our screens, computers, tablets, or phones.
- Be able to view and understand your own digital habits
- Identify areas your digital wellbeing can improve
- Take control of how you use your smartphones and computers
- Learn how to make make small changes that can make a big difference on your digital wellbeing, without affecting your workload
The course includes practical advice and demonstrates apps and tools already available on most smartphones and computers. This course is suitable for all learners, no technical skills are required.