Are You Zoom-Fatigued or Are You Just Fatigue-Fatigued?

The Case for Human Imperfection in Synchronous eLearning You’re in a Zoom meeting. Your posture is first-rate, and the forty-three muscles in your face are contracted to deliver an expression that’s saying, “There’s nowhere in the world I’d rather be.” We’ve all been there. And then, at the precise moment that your meeting ends, it’s as though a flip had been switched: your entire body relaxes back to its regular home-office slouch, and your facial expression returns to its neutral position. Maybe you even change back into your pyjamas.

For students and instructors alike, video-conferencing might represent a rather performative and demanding exercise. The phrase “Zoom fatigue” has been commonly used to describe this emerging phenomenon. Jonathan Forani of CTVNews writes that,

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