NESTA provides a list of relevant resources from funding and volunteer opportunities to ways to share personal data to help fight the spread of Covid-19.
A programme by the City of Plovdiv in place since 2016 serves as a perfect starting point to tackle the challenges parents and schools face during lockdown.
To make as many learning resources available online, the City of Gdynia offers a variety of online platforms, online services and websites.
To ensure that all students are provided with laptops for digital learning, a US county gives free laptops to students in need.
A Norwegian platform offers educational material in Norwegian as well as in the country’s main immigrant languages.
An organisation invites children, parents, and teachers to join free technology classes.
The Digital Kids Foundation opens its resources for child programming training and launches a virtual programming training initiative in early April until the end of quarantine.
To support parents and carers in homeschooling their children, teachers provide advice in a Whatsapp group.
A dutch teacher humorously adapted the content of online lessons to topics relevant to students in their current situation.
Access to digital library service is opened up online, to offer reading materials while closing the physical libraries.
Crisis response measures in many countries require schools to remain closed and children are being educated digitally. For parents, this poses the challenge of having to suddenly adapt to home-schooling techniques. In many cases, parents […]
Access to a digital library service is opened up to offer reading materials online while closing the physical libraries. Closing public libraries can be necessary when fighting the spread of an infectious disease, but it […]
A publishing house makes its digital materials available to support teachers in remote teaching. Continuing education when children have to stay home requires digital materials that fit the curriculum. During the current Covid-19 outbreak many […]
A crowdsourced handbook collects detailed practical information on how to address the currend outbreak of COVID-19.
The Austrian public broadcasting corporation ORF decided to broadcast news, a broad set of documentaries and several tutorials for a young target audience who can currently not attend school due to COVID-19.