We found men managed to bounce back quicker after lockdowns ended, in part due to their involvement in sporting and recreational activities.
Zoom parties are one thing. Harder for organisations to replicate online are ‘casual collisions’ between colleagues.
The online meetings designed to get things done could be the very things that are harming our productivity.
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.
Preliminary research shows that men and women tend to use Zoom differently because gender dynamics influence online activities.
Teachers still hold the key to children’s learning and no keyboard or screen can replace their role.
Social media is the refined sugar of human communication.
Many people feel some form of anxiety when speaking in front of others. That includes taking part in video hook-ups for work or study thanks to coronavirus restrictions.
How are startup entrepreneurs getting through the COVID-19 pandemic? Talking to each other to offer tips, expertise and a sympathetic ear is helpful, according to an ongoing study.