Lindsay Denton – Digital Dot New York – talks about how the unprecedented digital interconnectedness we now enjoy facilitates new, innovative learning.
Dr Paul Armstrong – The Manchester Institute for Education, University of Manchester – talks about how a greater focus on home learning should provide people from all backgrounds with improved foundations for learning inside and outside of school.
Marcia Texler Segal & Vasilikie (Vicky) Demos – discuss how the pandemic has revealed a number of gaps in the social structure, and a new deal, or social policy, is called for.
Chika Shinohara, St. Andrew’s University, Osaka, Japan – talks about the fact that, despite being time-poor and sleep-deprived, women have been standing up for their rights during the pandemic.
Seham Ghalwash – Research Manager at the School of Business at the American University in Cairo (AUC) – talks about finding opportunity in times of hardship.
COVID-19 has, for the most part, resulted in the cancellation of traditional face-to-face, large-scale networking events, with an immediate transfer to virtual/digital platforms. This could be particularly detrimental to women entrepreneurs and the networks they have established.
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