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Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing

Inquiry

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated our rapidly increasing reliance on digital technology. This inquiry will look at the long-term impact this may have on our social and economic wellbeing and, in particular, on four key drivers of wellbeing: physical health, mental health, social interaction and quality of working life.

Reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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28 January 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Working@home project, Resolution Foundation, Institute for the Future of Work, and Scope
Committees COVID-19 Committee
OralEvidence
26 January 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Fabian Society, Make UK, British Independent Retailers Association, and The RSA
Committees COVID-19 Committee
OralEvidence
9 February 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Education Policy Institute, Margaret Mulholland (SEND and Inclusion Specialist), Association of School and College Leaders, and Sutton Trust
Committees COVID-19 Committee
OralEvidence
Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Professor Jason Whalley (Professor of Digital Economy at Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK), and Dr Volker Stocker (Research Group Lead at Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, Berlin, Germany)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
WrittenEvidence
Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Professor Abigail Marks (Professor of Future of Work at Newcastle University Business School), Dr Oliver Mallett (Associate Professor at University of Stirling), Dr Lila Skountridaki (Lecturer in Business Ethics at University of Edinburgh), and Dr Danny Zschomler (Research Fellow at University of Stirling)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
WrittenEvidence
Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Centre for Educational Neuroscience
Committees COVID-19 Committee
WrittenEvidence

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