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NeuroQuantology ; 20(11):3652-3658, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2090996


Background:The impact ofCovid-19isheretostayespeciallyinthefieldofeducation opening up new possibilities. In order to continue online education, it isimperative that faculties gauge the digital capabilities and self-efficacy of the students aspersocio-cognitivetheory (SCT) to be able to tailor the curricular activities suiting their needs. Aim(s):Hence this study is targeted to investigate and compare the digital capabilities and self-efficacy of students from two different faculties namely International Medical School (IMS) andSchoolofEducationandSocialSciences(SESS).Methodology:52participants(IMS=29,SESS=23) from two faculties answered a validated questionnaire following informed consent. Theinstrumentmeasuredthetypeandextentofdeviceusageduringlecturetimeandindependentstudy,digitalcapabilities,at titude,andtheemployabilityawarenessandself-regulation. Result(s): The data collected was analysed using IBM SPSS 25. The results though indicatedsimilarities in device usage betweenstudents of both facultiesdifference was noted in device usage during lecture time and independent study hours. Inferential statistics revealed nosignificantdifferenceinthedigitalcapabilitiesandemployabilityandself-regulationbetweenstudents of both faculties. However, significant difference (p0.05)withmoderateeffectsize was found betweenthe attitude ofstudentstowardsdigitalusage. Conclusion(s): The study set out to investigate curricular difference-based use of digital capabilitiesamong different faculties indicated significant difference in the attitude of studentstowards digital skills and capabilities. The results of the study can be used to tailor online activitiesforstudentsbased ontheircurricularneedsinfuture. Copyright © 2022, Anka Publishers. All rights reserved.

Journal of Anatolian Environmental and Animal Sciences ; 7(2):145-155, 2022.
Article in Turkish | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-2026648


Many pandemic diseases have emerged in the history and millions of people affected from these diseases. Among the marked pandemics in history, the plague, known as the black death, was recorded to cause the death of 17-54% of the world population. Similar to previous pandemics, as the SARS CoV-2, which emerged in 2019 and belonged to the coronavirus family, caused an epidemic and turned into a pandemic infection, positive cases were detected in more than 483 million people, and more than 6.1 million people died. While this emerging epidemic is still continuing its effects, it has been determined that there are positive cases in pets such as dogs and cats, especially in mink (Neovison vison). Especially in Denmark, Netherlands and Finland, positive animals for COVID-19 were accepted. Unlike the pandemic until today, the COVID-19 has spread to broader geographies and affected many animal species. With the reports that the SARS-CoV-2 - was first transmitted from bats to humans, this viral agent has been accepted as zoonotic, but a complete transmission route has not been shown for its transmission from other animals to humans except bats. It is reported that there is no significant risk of transmission of the virus, which is transmitted primarily by the respiratory route, from both pets and edible foods to humans. Although there are many reports in terrestrial animals, studies on the presence of SARS-CoV-2 - in aquatic animals or aquatic environments and COVID-19 transmission in aquatic animals have doubts. Here we reviewed the viability of the SARS-CoV-2 - in the aquatic environment, transmission to the aquatic ecosystem and aquatic animals, and therefore the risks to humans through water or aquatic products.