Universities are open this summer as always and like other sectors, are working towards our ‘new normal’ in the aftermath of the pandemic, with many innovative approaches being pioneered by colleagues across the country.
Review of international evidence on benefits of, and barriers to, outdoor learning, with reflection on how outdoor learning can be managed.
Universities and the recovery of local communities from the COVID-19 crisis: A role for the social sciences
Universities must seize the initiative and work with local partners at city and/or regional level in developing their plans and policies for post-COVID recovery and renewal.
Why policymakers facing an emergency should consider social capital, a fundamental part of a community’s resilience and critical to a community’s recovery.
Attainment and disadvantage in Scotland’s schools: what may the impact of lockdown be? Research and Policy Briefing
Research is finding that poorer students are being the most impacted by the shift to online learning in lockdown. This research briefing discusses the issues in more detail.
How the COVID-19 global pandemic has affected men and women in different ways due to disparities of agency, income and occupation, particularly women’s roles in care work.
Evaluation Support Scotland’s response to COVID-19 pandemic – supporting third sector organisations and funders to learn in a crisis
How Evaluation Support Scotland has adapted to help third sector organisations and funders measure and report on their impact while under COVID-19 restrictions.
A free all-day webinar by the Corporate and Financial Law Research Group of the University of Glasgow and the School of Law at Edinburgh University.
Policy Scotland and the Network for Social and Educational Equity are convening a new international network focussing on Crisis Response in Education.
Curated links to evidence and briefings offering the best rapid insights into the COVID-19 related issues facing communities today.