Eye contact is essential for building and developing trust. But after more than a year of working and socializing online, our ability to make and maintain eye contact has been diminished.
As remote work continues through the pandemic, workers are experiencing burnout and fatigue brought on by excessive periods of time spent online.
If Zoom courts are here to stay, we must ensure virtual courts function as well as possible by identifying and promoting best practices.
As vaccinated grandparents gather with their families this Passover, many might find solace in the history of the celebrations and how it offers hope for the future.
How to invite students to participate in classes and experiment when the computer becomes the main classroom?
A new economic model of how remote working is developing reveals some interesting results.
Two strategies can make videoconferencing as effective as meeting face to face, or even better.
The sudden shift to remote work in 2020 has paved the way for a new type of workspace in the future.
It's a wonderful time of the year.
For science to be open, one can reasonably think that it would have to use open software. However, being completely open is not that easy.
The second (and third) wave of the pandemic continues as the end-of-year holiday season approaches. Here are strategies to fight Zoom fatigue while staying virtually close to your loved ones.
Zoom shares tumbled with the announcement of a vaccine - but reactive markets don't reflect people's desire to keep working from home
Preliminary research shows that men and women tend to use Zoom differently because gender dynamics influence online activities.
Has technology gone too far to keep students honest during exams? A scholar on privacy and technology weighs in.
The 1996 novel foresaw people's obsession with video calls – and their eventual disenchantment.
How do you run a political campaign in a pandemic? From data brokers to advertising firms to voter registration volunteers, the players in campaigns are making adjustments, large and mostly small.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced courtroom proceedings online, and what is now missing are most of the non-verbal cues used to determine whether or not those taking the stand are being truthful.
Hip-hop got its start as a political artistic force in the streets of Bronx. In the age of coronavirus, that same force has taken to the internet.
Enforced working from home during the pandemic levelled the playing field between remote and office-based workers.
Much like what everyone in showbiz from Lady Gaga to Lang Lang seems to be doing, school-age music students are using apps and software to play instruments and sing together.