Monthly Archives: April 2020

Covid-19 and the ‘abrupt’ turn to online teaching and learning

The menacing dread and uncertainty surrounding the national enforcement of ‘lockdown’ and social distancing regulation due to Covid-19 is dwindling now. About six weeks ago, the mood was different – gloom, trepidation, concern enveloped our lives as we read and … Continue reading

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Using cartoons to maximize research impact on video game regulation in immigrant-family contexts

The parents, who are the main target group here, are non-western immigrants in Norway. Our research spanning 3 years had gained us insights into video game habits among the youth in these families highlighting complex issues intersecting Identity, Integration, Religious … Continue reading

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