Topic: Online life

Garenin blackhouse village, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Dis-connected lives? COVID-19’s impact on rural Scottish communities – and what the future may hold for them

Philomena de Lima considers the many ways Scotland's remote communities have been affected by the pandemic, while offering her own ...
Mother and son learning at home

IPPO roundtable report: ‘COVID-19 will do to online learning what the first world war did to flying’

The pandemic has presented an extraordinary experiment in remote education for children of all ages. Our latest IPPO roundtable addresses ...

RESEARCH NOTES

Indonesian boy studying

Online learning case study: Indonesia’s internet quota subsidies to encourage distance learning

Muhammad Djindan reports on the impact of the Ministry of Culture and Education's programme to subsidise mobile internet quotas for ...
Online teaching

Online education for schoolchildren during COVID-19: a scan of policies and initiatives around the world

At least 90% of countries, regions and territories closed all levels of schooling at some point in the pandemic. But ...
Girl studying at home

What have we learned about online learning? UK and global evidence on the emergency remote education of schoolchildren during COVID-19

Ahead of IPPO's next policy roundtable, we reflect on what has been learned about online and blended modes of learning ...
Global map showing strength of policies for workplace closures

Adult re-skilling during COVID-19: a global scan of government policies

To deal with the mass closure of workplaces across the world during the pandemic, national governments have introduced different policies ...
Should we be rethinking how we gather evidence on the impacts of COVID-19?

Should we be rethinking how we gather evidence on the impacts of COVID-19?

IPPO’s project lead for Wales addresses the challenge – for researchers and policymakers alike – of how to reach the ...