Reducing eye fatigue (distance learning)

Братусь, Іван Вікторович and Свердлик, Зоряна Михайлівна and Гунька, Анна Миколаївна (2021) Reducing eye fatigue (distance learning) Молодий вчений: Науковий журнал, 4 (92). pp. 184-189. ISSN 2304–5809

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Abstract

The article presents ways to optimize eye strain when working with devices in distance learning. The article contains generalized experience of using different types of equipment. The main focus is on reducing eye strain through properly set equipment parameters – monitor and video adapter. These instructions are selected individually in accordance with the specifics of human perception. Particular attention should be paid to color temperature, shades of gray and refresh rate. It is important to consider the resolution of the display. Android-based devices are considered separately – explanatory screenshots of certain parameters are added, which can facilitate long-term work with gadgets. Various devices are used for distance learning. These are mostly desktop computers with monitors, tablets, smartphones or laptops. In 2019, the pandemic took over the world at a rapid pace and many people used "what was there" to implement the educational process, some had to make a "quick investment" for technical re-equipment. At the same time, even powerful educational institutions left their teachers and students to solve the problem on their own – computers, projectors and multimedia boards were left in empty classrooms. At the same time, the "digital advance" of the institution was not superfluous – corporate mail and the establishment of a distance learning system helped to ease the transition to remote communication. The pandemic clearly demonstrated the difference between knowledgeable, simulated and hopelessly backward users due to various circumstances. Those who had a low level of awareness and expressed a desire were able to make up for the gap in a short time. But due to the long stay in front of the screens, health problems, including vision, did not linger. When working with the screen it is necessary to take into account the external lighting. It is worth noting here that it is not just the ambient light that is crucial, but the contrast between the brightness of the screen and the ambient light. This contrast is that a bright screen in a completely darkened room is much more "pressing" on the eyes than in a well-lit room. The use of gadgets for distance learning also has the advantage that participants in the educational process can engage in moderate physical activity during classes. Of course, this format is acceptable only if concentration is maintained

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: screen; eyes; distance learning; flicker; fatigue; COVID-19
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Index Copernicus
Divisions: Інститути > Інститут мистецтв > Кафедра образотворчого мистецтва
Depositing User: Ольга Школьна
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2021 11:44
Last Modified: 02 Jun 2021 11:44
URI: https://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/36533

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