How Emoji’s Could Help Students Better Accept Their University Results

As many students study from home across Australia, the disconnect between face to face feedback and online feedback has continue to grow. However new research has uncovered that emoji’s may very well be the answer to a new way of communicating to students, connecting in a way that is more relevant and accessible than ever before.

Dr Robyn Moffitt, a Lecturer in Psychology at RMIT University joined The Daily to tell us more about the practical applications of emoji’s in online academic results to help students cope in a healthier, more reflective, and more balanced way.

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