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  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hamilton Winkelman, Charles;
    Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
    Country: United States

    The game is set on a college campus and starts with the player having an exposure to someone infected with COVID-19. The player then has to make decisions about what to after their exposure.

  • Other research product . 2020
    Open Access Turkish
    Authors: 
    Yılmaz, Burak;
    Publisher: Işık Üniversitesi
    Country: Turkey

    Işık Üniversitesi öğretim görevlileri tarafından Covid-19 Pandemisi'nin ele alındığı yazı dizisi serisinin "İzleme Deneyiminin Yarınına Dair" konu başlıklı yayınıdır. Sosyal izolasyonun ve evde kalmanın, alışkanlıklarımızı hem değiştirmekte hem de geliştirmekte olduğunu deneyimlediğimiz zamanlardan geçmekteyiz. Bu durumun yansımalarının, birçok farklı disiplinin konusu olduğu biliniyor. Bunlardan bir tanesi de izleme alışkanlıklarımızın uğradığı değişimin daha da görünür hale gelmesi diyebiliriz.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Filipič, Anja;
    Country: Slovenia

    The COVID -19 pandemic began in 2020 and caused a major turnaround in education systems all over the world. Legislators were faced with a decision: to close schools and save lives or to preserve the economy intact. In most countries around the world, they decided to close kindergartens and primary and secondary schools, as well as the universities, or to introduce distance education. The so-called COVID-19 crisis put teachers in front of some completely new tasks and more challenging challenges that were hitherto unknown and required them to adapt and respond immediately in educational practice. In just a few weeks, teachers had to place traditional classroom teaching in an online environment. Because social and emotional aspects have a significant impact on students’ learning, teachers had to learn how to conduct distance education as effectively as possible. With the emergence of the pandemic, they also had to think about how to organize the individual stages of the teaching process, what to do as direct distance education, and prepare for unpredictable distance education. This complex situation was a challenge even for the most prepared and experienced teachers. Although smartboards and PowerPoint presentations are already established in traditional teaching, the integration of technologically supported distance education is at a completely different stage than teachers have been accustomed to and trained in so far. The COVID -19 pandemic has led to teachers being suddenly forced to start teaching online, which, among other things, poses a challenge to transforming teacher education and institution-specific education. In the theoretical part of the master's thesis, we defined the teacher's professional role, professional development of teachers, teacher resilience, distance education, challenges during distance education with the emphasis on the professional development of teachers during distance education, and stress in teachers during distance education. In the empirical part, we used survey questionnaires and partially structured interviews to research what challenges teachers faced during distance education, how they solved challenges, how teachers developed professionally during distance education, and what stress they experienced during that time. The research approach was qualitative and quantitative empirical research in which classroom teachers from the 1st to the 6th grade participated. The results of the survey showed that the participating teachers think that they were partially prepared for distance education in spring 2020 and well prepared in autumn 2020 to winter 2021, which means that teachers were better prepared for another lockdown. Awareness of technology, more education, and more experience contributed to better preparedness for school closures. Teachers believe that appropriate technical conditions, good knowledge of technology, encouragement, school support, and clear instructions and goals from the school are important for the success of distance education. Teachers would like more education on the topic of making distance education materials and content. Participants see the possibility for better quality distance education in sharing experiences and cooperation. As sources of stress, the participants pointed out technical problems, more difficult implementation of some forms of lessons, and preparation of materials. The vast majority of the participants state that the challenges of distance education have had a significant impact on their professional learning and development. The research provided insight into distance education between the first period (spring 2020) and the second period (autumn 2020 to winter 2021). The results of the research represent a professional contribution in the field of didactics and are useful for future students and classroom teachers in the design of distance education.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    JONES, Erik;
    Publisher: Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS)
    Country: Italy

    Published online: June 2021 In July 2020, the European Council agreed on a plan to help Member States’ recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The agreement has important implications, writes Professor Erik Jones, but challenges remain. One crucial factor is whether the Member States succeed in managing their recovery and resilience plans. (2021:11epa) In July 2020, the European Council agreed on a new mechanism – Next Generation EU – to fund a €750 billion financial support to help member states’ recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. In this European Policy Analysis, Erik Jones, professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, describes both the intense bargaining leading up to the agreement and its implications. Highlighting the important differences of principle between Member States, he underlines that Europe came to agreement and not consensus.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Basnawi, C. (Choiriyah);
    Publisher: Airlangga University
    Country: Indonesia

    Coordination is one of the important aspects in the management of Covid-19 handling in Surabaya. In itsimplementation, some problems arise such as the problem of ego-sectoral that becomes one of the obstacles inhandling this coordination process. Problems related to coordination also appear in various mass media, this factshows that the problem of coordination related to Covid-19 handling in Surabaya is a strategic and interestingissue to study. The writing method used in this paper is a literature review to find the formulation of appropriateand effective forms of coordination patterns. The writer also collected Primary data from online discussions todescribe the pattern of coordination from the other Local Government Agencies as a form of best practice thatmight be adopted in Surabaya so that they could build better management of Covid-19 handling in Surabaya.The results showed that the pattern of coordination in the management of Covid-19 handling that is initiated bythe Surabaya City Government needs some improvement. In vertical coordination, it is necessary to strengthengood coordination between the City Government of Surabaya and the Government of the Province of East Java.For Horizontal coordination, Surabaya Government needs to reinforce the coordination with the city or districtgovernment in the surrounding area. These things are necessary because Surabaya is an agglomeration areawhere there are still many people who do mobility in and out. The conclusion from this study is that there is aneed to strengthen coordination patterns both vertically and horizontally with various stakeholders involved inthe management of Covid-19 handling in Surabaya. At the end of this paper, the researcher also gave arecommendation and trying to show best practices in applying the coordination pattern that has been carried outby other regional governments as a form of illustration that might be able to be adopted to improve Covid-19handling in Surabaya.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Leemrijse, C.; Boeije, H.R.; Zonneveld, E.; Schelven, F. van;
    Publisher: Nivel
    Country: Netherlands

    Deze publicatie is een van de publicaties die zijn voortgekomen uit de tweede meting, in april-mei 2021, binnen het project 'Zorgen en zwaaien' (2020-2022), dat is gesubsidieerd door ZonMw en deel uitmaakt van het ZonMw-COVID-19-programma. Conclusies - Door corona komt er meer zorg op de schouders van naasten met een zelfstandig wonend familielid, maar naasten hebben geen behoefte aan extra ondersteuning. - Het welbevinden van bijna een derde van de mensen met een verstandelijke beperking die zelfstandig wonen is door corona verslechterd. - Naasten maken zich wel zorgen over de gevolgen van een eventuele derde lockdown, want de rek is er bij hun familielid inmiddels wel uit.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Ussov W. Yu.;
    Country: Russian Federation

    Puropose of the study. Basing on the previously obtained results on the proven high efficiency of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the chest organs in the visualization of major lung diseases, in the current period of mass incidence of viral pneumonia (VP) caused by COVID-19, we tried to study the possibility of using MRI OGK to image lung damage in this pathology both in primary detection and for follow-up reconvalescence control. Material and methods. MRI of the chest in T1 -, T2-weighted modes (T1-w, T2-w), also with fat suppression, diffusion-weighted, STIR-modes, in the axial and frontal planes, with breath holding, or with automatic synchronization of acquisition with breathing was carried-out in 47 patients with VP of various severity, 32 of them were confirmed by PCR as COVID-19, all did have a clinic of pneumonia. The control group comprised 15 volunteers, of them 8 non-smokers, and 7 smokers. In 18 patients, an CT study of the chest was also performed, with a step of 0.5–1.25 mm, with full coverage of the chest and reconstruction of axial and frontal slices, with a comparison of MRI and CT of the chest. In 8 patients, MRI of the chest was then performed again, for follow-up control of clinical recovery. There were no deaths among our patients Results. The duration of a complete MRI examination of the chest was less than 25 minutes in all cases (21 ± 4 minutes on average), and less than 10 minutes in the chest CT. In all cases, MRI imaging of the affected area was achieved using a group of MRI protocols, which included axial T1-w and axial and frontal T2-w, and lasted < 12 minutes, counting the time for laying the patient. In normal patients without pathology of the lungs, not smoking, the lung was visualized as a diffuse homogeneous air region with a minimum share interstitial and vascular space. In patients - smokers, lung MRI was slightly enhanced in the dorsal parts of both lungs, disorders of airiness and interstitial exudative changes weren't present. In the acute phase of the disease, pulmonary ventilation disorders and interstitial exudative changes that form the morphological basis of lung damage in COVID-19 were visualized as local, corresponding to the location and nature (sub-segmental, segmental, polysegmental) of the pathological focus, both T1-w and T2-w modes. MRI of the chest provided diagnosis of lung pathology in all cases, while the extent of the pathological focus on the MRI image in T2-w was 14–19% greater than on the CT. The correlation of the calculated volume of affected lung tissue between CT and MRI of the chest wasas high as r = 0.95 (p < 0.001). The values of the volume of the affected tissue in T1-w and T2-w did not differ from each other in the intergroup comparison and correlated strongly and reliably, r = 0.985 (p < 0.001). MRI in DWI mode showed a sensitivity of 81% (38/47) in detecting COVID-lung lesions. The duration of DWI in all cases was more than 6 minutes, more than twice as long as all other MRI protocols together. The volume of pleural effusion, clearly visible with T2-VI, in all our cases did not exceed 100 ml. In a prospective follow-up of 8 patients with COVID-19, chest MRI ptovided evidence-based visualization of the recovery process in all cases, with a decrease or complete regression of the exudation component. Conclusion. MRI of the chest with respiratory synchronization or with breath-holding can be used for early diagnosis of inflammatory lung lesions in COVID-viral pneumonia and for subsequent follow-up control, is not accompanied by radiation exposure and closely correlates with the results of chest CT recruited as a modern standard for the diagnosis of pneumonia.

  • Open Access Italian
    Authors: 
    Russo, M.; Alboni, F.; Colombini, S.; Morlini, I.; Pavone, P.; Sartori, L.;
    Publisher: Dipartimento di Economia Marco Biagi - Universit&#224; degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia
    Country: Italy
  • Other research product . 2020
    Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Montes Mora, John Fredy;
    Publisher: Radio Unad Virtual
    Country: Colombia

    En este programa se centró en el abordaje general sobre las Percepciones del Sordo Relación Oyente Ruptura Comunicativa; Estrés, IA y sus aplicaciones en temas de Salud, Salud Mental en tiempos de COVID19, así como también la importancia de los océanos.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bos, Lieuwe D. J.; Sinha, Pratik; Dickson, Robert P.;
    Country: Netherlands
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  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hamilton Winkelman, Charles;
    Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
    Country: United States

    The game is set on a college campus and starts with the player having an exposure to someone infected with COVID-19. The player then has to make decisions about what to after their exposure.

  • Other research product . 2020
    Open Access Turkish
    Authors: 
    Yılmaz, Burak;
    Publisher: Işık Üniversitesi
    Country: Turkey

    Işık Üniversitesi öğretim görevlileri tarafından Covid-19 Pandemisi'nin ele alındığı yazı dizisi serisinin "İzleme Deneyiminin Yarınına Dair" konu başlıklı yayınıdır. Sosyal izolasyonun ve evde kalmanın, alışkanlıklarımızı hem değiştirmekte hem de geliştirmekte olduğunu deneyimlediğimiz zamanlardan geçmekteyiz. Bu durumun yansımalarının, birçok farklı disiplinin konusu olduğu biliniyor. Bunlardan bir tanesi de izleme alışkanlıklarımızın uğradığı değişimin daha da görünür hale gelmesi diyebiliriz.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Filipič, Anja;
    Country: Slovenia

    The COVID -19 pandemic began in 2020 and caused a major turnaround in education systems all over the world. Legislators were faced with a decision: to close schools and save lives or to preserve the economy intact. In most countries around the world, they decided to close kindergartens and primary and secondary schools, as well as the universities, or to introduce distance education. The so-called COVID-19 crisis put teachers in front of some completely new tasks and more challenging challenges that were hitherto unknown and required them to adapt and respond immediately in educational practice. In just a few weeks, teachers had to place traditional classroom teaching in an online environment. Because social and emotional aspects have a significant impact on students’ learning, teachers had to learn how to conduct distance education as effectively as possible. With the emergence of the pandemic, they also had to think about how to organize the individual stages of the teaching process, what to do as direct distance education, and prepare for unpredictable distance education. This complex situation was a challenge even for the most prepared and experienced teachers. Although smartboards and PowerPoint presentations are already established in traditional teaching, the integration of technologically supported distance education is at a completely different stage than teachers have been accustomed to and trained in so far. The COVID -19 pandemic has led to teachers being suddenly forced to start teaching online, which, among other things, poses a challenge to transforming teacher education and institution-specific education. In the theoretical part of the master's thesis, we defined the teacher's professional role, professional development of teachers, teacher resilience, distance education, challenges during distance education with the emphasis on the professional development of teachers during distance education, and stress in teachers during distance education. In the empirical part, we used survey questionnaires and partially structured interviews to research what challenges teachers faced during distance education, how they solved challenges, how teachers developed professionally during distance education, and what stress they experienced during that time. The research approach was qualitative and quantitative empirical research in which classroom teachers from the 1st to the 6th grade participated. The results of the survey showed that the participating teachers think that they were partially prepared for distance education in spring 2020 and well prepared in autumn 2020 to winter 2021, which means that teachers were better prepared for another lockdown. Awareness of technology, more education, and more experience contributed to better preparedness for school closures. Teachers believe that appropriate technical conditions, good knowledge of technology, encouragement, school support, and clear instructions and goals from the school are important for the success of distance education. Teachers would like more education on the topic of making distance education materials and content. Participants see the possibility for better quality distance education in sharing experiences and cooperation. As sources of stress, the participants pointed out technical problems, more difficult implementation of some forms of lessons, and preparation of materials. The vast majority of the participants state that the challenges of distance education have had a significant impact on their professional learning and development. The research provided insight into distance education between the first period (spring 2020) and the second period (autumn 2020 to winter 2021). The results of the research represent a professional contribution in the field of didactics and are useful for future students and classroom teachers in the design of distance education.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    JONES, Erik;
    Publisher: Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS)
    Country: Italy

    Published online: June 2021 In July 2020, the European Council agreed on a plan to help Member States’ recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The agreement has important implications, writes Professor Erik Jones, but challenges remain. One crucial factor is whether the Member States succeed in managing their recovery and resilience plans. (2021:11epa) In July 2020, the European Council agreed on a new mechanism – Next Generation EU – to fund a €750 billion financial support to help member states’ recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. In this European Policy Analysis, Erik Jones, professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, describes both the intense bargaining leading up to the agreement and its implications. Highlighting the important differences of principle between Member States, he underlines that Europe came to agreement and not consensus.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Basnawi, C. (Choiriyah);
    Publisher: Airlangga University
    Country: Indonesia

    Coordination is one of the important aspects in the management of Covid-19 handling in Surabaya. In itsimplementation, some problems arise such as the problem of ego-sectoral that becomes one of the obstacles inhandling this coordination process. Problems related to coordination also appear in various mass media, this factshows that the problem of coordination related to Covid-19 handling in Surabaya is a strategic and interestingissue to study. The writing method used in this paper is a literature review to find the formulation of appropriateand effective forms of coordination patterns. The writer also collected Primary data from online discussions todescribe the pattern of coordination from the other Local Government Agencies as a form of best practice thatmight be adopted in Surabaya so that they could build better management of Covid-19 handling in Surabaya.The results showed that the pattern of coordination in the management of Covid-19 handling that is initiated bythe Surabaya City Government needs some improvement. In vertical coordination, it is necessary to strengthengood coordination between the City Government of Surabaya and the Government of the Province of East Java.For Horizontal coordination, Surabaya Government needs to reinforce the coordination with the city or districtgovernment in the surrounding area. These things are necessary because Surabaya is an agglomeration areawhere there are still many people who do mobility in and out. The conclusion from this study is that there is aneed to strengthen coordination patterns both vertically and horizontally with various stakeholders involved inthe management of Covid-19 handling in Surabaya. At the end of this paper, the researcher also gave arecommendation and trying to show best practices in applying the coordination pattern that has been carried outby other regional governments as a form of illustration that might be able to be adopted to improve Covid-19handling in Surabaya.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Leemrijse, C.; Boeije, H.R.; Zonneveld, E.; Schelven, F. van;
    Publisher: Nivel
    Country: Netherlands

    Deze publicatie is een van de publicaties die zijn voortgekomen uit de tweede meting, in april-mei 2021, binnen het project 'Zorgen en zwaaien' (2020-2022), dat is gesubsidieerd door ZonMw en deel uitmaakt van het ZonMw-COVID-19-programma. Conclusies - Door corona komt er meer zorg op de schouders van naasten met een zelfstandig wonend familielid, maar naasten hebben geen behoefte aan extra ondersteuning. - Het welbevinden van bijna een derde van de mensen met een verstandelijke beperking die zelfstandig wonen is door corona verslechterd. - Naasten maken zich wel zorgen over de gevolgen van een eventuele derde lockdown, want de rek is er bij hun familielid inmiddels wel uit.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Ussov W. Yu.;
    Country: Russian Federation

    Puropose of the study. Basing on the previously obtained results on the proven high efficiency of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the chest organs in the visualization of major lung diseases, in the current period of mass incidence of viral pneumonia (VP) caused by COVID-19, we tried to study the possibility of using MRI OGK to image lung damage in this pathology both in primary detection and for follow-up reconvalescence control. Material and methods. MRI of the chest in T1 -, T2-weighted modes (T1-w, T2-w), also with fat suppression, diffusion-weighted, STIR-modes, in the axial and frontal planes, with breath holding, or with automatic synchronization of acquisition with breathing was carried-out in 47 patients with VP of various severity, 32 of them were confirmed by PCR as COVID-19, all did have a clinic of pneumonia. The control group comprised 15 volunteers, of them 8 non-smokers, and 7 smokers. In 18 patients, an CT study of the chest was also performed, with a step of 0.5–1.25 mm, with full coverage of the chest and reconstruction of axial and frontal slices, with a comparison of MRI and CT of the chest. In 8 patients, MRI of the chest was then performed again, for follow-up control of clinical recovery. There were no deaths among our patients Results. The duration of a complete MRI examination of the chest was less than 25 minutes in all cases (21 ± 4 minutes on average), and less than 10 minutes in the chest CT. In all cases, MRI imaging of the affected area was achieved using a group of MRI protocols, which included axial T1-w and axial and frontal T2-w, and lasted < 12 minutes, counting the time for laying the patient. In normal patients without pathology of the lungs, not smoking, the lung was visualized as a diffuse homogeneous air region with a minimum share interstitial and vascular space. In patients - smokers, lung MRI was slightly enhanced in the dorsal parts of both lungs, disorders of airiness and interstitial exudative changes weren't present. In the acute phase of the disease, pulmonary ventilation disorders and interstitial exudative changes that form the morphological basis of lung damage in COVID-19 were visualized as local, corresponding to the location and nature (sub-segmental, segmental, polysegmental) of the pathological focus, both T1-w and T2-w modes. MRI of the chest provided diagnosis of lung pathology in all cases, while the extent of the pathological focus on the MRI image in T2-w was 14–19% greater than on the CT. The correlation of the calculated volume of affected lung tissue between CT and MRI of the chest wasas high as r = 0.95 (p < 0.001). The values of the volume of the affected tissue in T1-w and T2-w did not differ from each other in the intergroup comparison and correlated strongly and reliably, r = 0.985 (p < 0.001). MRI in DWI mode showed a sensitivity of 81% (38/47) in detecting COVID-lung lesions. The duration of DWI in all cases was more than 6 minutes, more than twice as long as all other MRI protocols together. The volume of pleural effusion, clearly visible with T2-VI, in all our cases did not exceed 100 ml. In a prospective follow-up of 8 patients with COVID-19, chest MRI ptovided evidence-based visualization of the recovery process in all cases, with a decrease or complete regression of the exudation component. Conclusion. MRI of the chest with respiratory synchronization or with breath-holding can be used for early diagnosis of inflammatory lung lesions in COVID-viral pneumonia and for subsequent follow-up control, is not accompanied by radiation exposure and closely correlates with the results of chest CT recruited as a modern standard for the diagnosis of pneumonia.

  • Open Access Italian
    Authors: 
    Russo, M.; Alboni, F.; Colombini, S.; Morlini, I.; Pavone, P.; Sartori, L.;
    Publisher: Dipartimento di Economia Marco Biagi - Universit&#224; degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia
    Country: Italy
  • Other research product . 2020
    Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Montes Mora, John Fredy;
    Publisher: Radio Unad Virtual
    Country: Colombia

    En este programa se centró en el abordaje general sobre las Percepciones del Sordo Relación Oyente Ruptura Comunicativa; Estrés, IA y sus aplicaciones en temas de Salud, Salud Mental en tiempos de COVID19, así como también la importancia de los océanos.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bos, Lieuwe D. J.; Sinha, Pratik; Dickson, Robert P.;
    Country: Netherlands