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Video-first learning: a long-overdue revolution in education?

Much like the workplace, the education system has been thrust into a remote learning experiment of unprecedented scale and scope. As schools and universities look to re-imagine the learning experience, video technology could be a lifeline for the future of education.

Invisible augmentation: just a bit more than human

While human augmentation can still feel like the plot of a sci-fi movie, the reality is that it could soon be coming to a workplace near you

Great expectations: facing the demands of the digital generation

Many Gen Z entrants have started their working lives video-conferencing from home in the pandemic. Their technology behaviour will require employers to rethink their office offer in the race for talent, according to a new report from Logitech

Smart utilisation: your guide to the latest occupancy data

As the pandemic puts the focus on the need to keep employers safe, our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing introduces the WORKTECH Guide to Utilisation Technologies and describes a stunning innovation to tackle vehicle pollution

Will rise of the virtual classroom teach us a painful lesson?

In the final part of her series on the long-term impacts of the pandemic, Krupa Solanki of UnWork warns that the switch to virtual learning amid Covid-19 will widen the inequality gap and damage workplace diversity

Augmented work: how can humans and machines collaborate?

A working world in which people and robots accomplish things together rather than separately will have significant implications for office property and workspace design, according to a new discussion paper from Mirvac

Can smart transform the post Covid-19 office experience?

Smart technologies capable of making the office a safe and dynamic part of the new ecosystem of work are coming much closer to reality than we think

Smart working: can building intelligence offer a route out of crisis?

As companies struggle with a welter of post-pandemic priorities, data-driven smart buildings can provide a platform for the future of work, according to a new report from Schneider Electric and UnWork