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Eeek! or E484K mutation and the coronavirus pandemic

blog post image Rupert Beale · Eeek! · LRB 19 February 2021: "Uncontrolled spread – as we knew it would – led to an even greater wave of infections, hospitalisations and deaths than last spring. Children were sent to school for one day before the necessary ‘lockdown’ was reimposed. The impulse to keep schools...

College students who go off Facebook for a week consume less news and report being less depressed: When users stop getting

blog post image College students who go off Facebook for a week consume less news and report being less depressed: When users stop getting news from Facebook, they don't necessarily start getting it somewhere else.

Unnecessarily difficult: Physical activity resources for adults are loaded with jargon: Web page articles and other written

blog post image Unnecessarily difficult: Physical activity resources for adults are loaded with jargon: Web page articles and other written materials designed to encourage physical activity are often too difficult to be easily read and understood by most US adults, limiting their effectiveness.

The Future of Education is the Microdegree. "Microdegrees, such as Udacity’s nanodegrees, appear to be here to stay.

blog post image The Future of Education is the Microdegree. "Microdegrees, such as Udacity’s nanodegrees, appear to be here to stay. The reason is simple. Increasingly, what people learn during college holds little or no relevance to what they end up doing on the job. This isn’t because what they are learning is...

5 Reasons Why Consolidation of the LMS Market Isn’t Necessarily a Bad Thing | edutechnica

5 Reasons Why Consolidation of the LMS Market Isn’t Necessarily a Bad Thing | edutechnica

The Future of Interfaces: Chatbots: Interface is not that beautiful layout? No, not necessarily.

blog post image The Future of Interfaces: Chatbots: Interface is not that beautiful layout? No, not necessarily.