What does it mean to be (dis)connected?
People are connected more than ever before, yet record rates of loneliness, depression, and social fragmentation plague society. In an era where news travels around the world in minutes and you can learn intimate details about strangers with a few taps on a smartphone, how do we forge healthy relationships with other people, society, and even ourselves?
Making Meaning in an Era of Disconnectedness
Video — 1h 30m 16s
Virtual Exchange: Building Empathy and Human Connection Through Digital Story Telling
Video — 43m 42s
The Internet Era: How Connectivity is Reshaping the World
Video — 1h 30m 27s
Overly Lonely: How Misunderstanding Others Creates Barriers to Connection
Audio — 51m
Emotions and Tech: What Happens When We Code Our Inner Lives?
Video — 1h 23m 18s
Joy is a Form of Resilience
Small moments of joy are often the first to go when we're stressed or in a crisis. But they're actually a tool to restore our emotional well-being, says designer Ingrid Fetell...
Artificial Intimacy: How to Solve Loneliness in a Data-Driven World
Video — 1h 7m 26s
How to Stop the Spread of Fake News on Social Media
How are social media platforms contributing to the polarization and radicalization of the Internet? Can we reestablish control over our own information and digital society?
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