Read the latest op-ed by Professors Lim Sun Sun and Roland Bouffanais which advocates the need for further research in predicting superspreading hotspots for COVID-19 by cities (Photo by chuttersnap on Unsplash)
Professor Lim Sun Sun and Assoc Prof Irene Ng explain how the pandemic has uncovered that access to digital services is as much a necessity as electricity and water via their
op-ed (Photo by Neeraz Chaturvedi / Shutterstock.com)
Dr Jeffrey Chan publishes book titled 'Sharing by Design' which aims to answer the question of how to design a sharing system that can reinforce sustained, meaningful and socially constructive sharing practices in the contemporary city
Get advice on how to switch off from work during the coronavirus lockdown via the op-ed by Professor Lim Sun Sun
Read the op-ed by Dr Alastair Gornall on how covid-19 has shown the importance of Singapore’s digital arts and humanities endeavours
Access our HASS' multidisciplinary insights on covid-19 via op-eds, interviews and creative works here
Find out why covid-19 is the best time to play video games via the op-ed by Dr Andrew Yee and Jeremy Sng
Read the op-ed by Professor Lim Sun Sun and Associate Professor Irene YH Ng on the case for making digital access a public utility, similar to electricity and piped water
In case you missed our webinar on 16 May, you may check out the recorded version here to learn more about managing daily screen times during increased stay home periods
Check out the book titled 'Rewriting Buddhism' on Pali literature and Monastic reform in Sri Lanka published by Dr Alastair Gornall
Read the op-ed by Dr Jeffrey Chan about the ethical challenges involved in the current global covid-19 pandemic
With parents working from home and children spending their school holidays indoors during the ongoing pandemic, device use is undoubtedly on the rise. How can parents manage their children’s technology use so that it translates into quality screen time?
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