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How much time children and teenagers spend looking at screens is on many parents’ minds. Yet researchers insist it is the quality of that time that should concern us most.
Combining remote and in-person teaching demands more preparation from both teachers and students. It also results in poorer learning outcomes.
The opportunities offered to boys and girls who play football in Norway are different, according to new research from OsloMet. ‘This can have consequences that go far beyond elite sports,’ says Marlene Persson.
How does technology in education affect students’ connection with school, university or education in general?
Sometimes, youth feel like strangers in their own countries. In the face of real and perceived injustices, some find community in extremism.
In spite of the challenges that have accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, most Norwegian teenagers report high levels of life satisfaction.
A new study provides insight into the different ways that sexual assault can occur among teenagers and young adults.
What started as a digital aid for kindergarten teachers quickly evolved into an ambitious project to renew and preserve the Norwegian song repertoire, for children and adults alike.
Researchers from Norwegian Social Research (NOVA) at OsloMet have been following the same people for more than 28 years. They now seek to investigate why some people have experienced marginalisation as adults.
Halla B. Holmarsdottir is investigating how technology affects the lives of children and young people.
Using a variety of methods, OsloMet researchers are gaining new insights into young people's opinions, struggles and aspirations.
Less severe violence against children and young people is declining, whereas severe forms of violence remain stable. According to OsloMet researchers, there are five measures that can reduce severe violence.