Supporting student wellbeing and ability to study
Supporting study well-being
To support the study well-being of our students, Aalto offers courses, workshops and online material for self-guided improvement as well as courses with credit points and guidance.
After replying to the AllWell? questionnaire, the students get personal feedback on their strengths as well as tips for personal development in study skills and study well-being, leading to these links.
The Starting Point of Wellbeing offers students counseling and guidance on services related to well-being and learning ability, without an appointment.
Starting Point of Wellbeing will continue operations on Monday, 30 August via Zoom. You can drop in to the Starting Point of Wellbeing without booking an appointment in advance if you want advice and guidance on matters related to your wellbeing and study ability.
Read more on the Into pages https://into.aalto.fi/display/enopisk/Starting+Point+of+Wellbeing
The Best Thing Today is a podcast series hosted by the psychologists at Aalto University Learning Services. In the podcast, the psychologists casually talk about wellbeing topics – ranging from student wellbeing to the wellbeing of employees – over a cup of coffee or tea in the break room.
The podcast discussions revolve around issues that are familiar in an academic environment, such as how to find motivation, how to manage time and stress, and how to recover. You’ll also get to hear how the psychologists take care of their own wellbeing.
You can find the podcasts here.
Personal Impact is a mindset and a movement, an entity created for all Aalto students. We bring to light already existing courses in Aalto University on values and meaningfulness, self-leadership, societal impact, human potential and well-being.
Personal Impact (link to Personal Impact homepage)
With the help of the annual study well-being questionnaire AllWell?, we gain research-based knowledge for planning actions for pedagogical development. The summaries of the results, regarding each programme/department, are delivered to the Programme heads and Deans.