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Oslo Innovation Week is bringing impactful and scalable solutions to global challenges

Assistive technology startup No Isolation wins Oslo Innovation Award 2020  Oslo Innovation Week, on the behalf of The City of Oslo and Innovation Norway, is proud to announce warm technology startup, No Isolation (www.noisolation.com), as the recipient of the 2020 Oslo Innovation Award. Presented during the final day of Oslo Innovation Week, the Scandinavian city’s annual week-long technology festival, Karen Dolva, Co-Founder and CEO of No Isolation, collected the award from head juror, Per L. Saxegaard, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Business for Peace Foundation.

Study shows 76% of 5-16yr olds suffered from loneliness during the Covid-19 pandemic

No Isolation (@_NoIsolation), the Nordic startup committed to reducing loneliness and social isolation through the creation and implementation of ‘warm technology’, has today released the findings of an in-depth investigation into the impact of Covid-19 on the emotional and educational development of British school-aged children.

Online education platform Showbie partners with videoconferencing provider Whereby to make distance learning safer and easier

@whereby (www.whereby.com) the secure video conferencing tool developed in Norway, and @Showbie (www.showbie.com), a Canadian education platform used by teachers and students across the world, are today announcing a partnership that will see virtual classroom video chat and real-time lesson delivery added to Showbie, powered by Whereby’s video conferencing technology.

Supporting students' mental health and wellbeing online

The importance of supporting students' mental health and wellbeing online, not only during lockdown but at all times  There is no denying that university life can be stressful for many, at the best of times. Students are being forced to navigate a new environment, adapt to the move away from teacher-led classroom learning towards self-motivated study, and remain on top of the seemingly endless stream of looming deadlines. 

Online university sees significant spike in applications, as coronavirus leads to the closure of other institutions.

Like many industries, the world of higher education has been hit hard by the current COVID-19 pandemic. With lockdown measures being enacted in countries across the globe,  recent reports have suggested many universities are facing the prospect of refunding tuition fees - following an online petition of 266,000 students who face starting the academic year in social isolation. However, the current crisis has seen those institutions which have been built for remote learning and long-distance higher education become vital support structures for those seeking to continue their education uninterrupted.

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