Championing mental health with Student Minds and Kortext

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We’re excited to announce that for the second year running, Kortext has partnered with Student Minds, the UK’s leading student mental health charity, to support students as they navigate their way through university. Student mental health today With roughly 1 in 3 students suffering clinical levels of psychological distress during their time at university, and

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5 ways digital technology can support student mental health

Image shows student struggling to study - student mental health

Identified as one of the top strategic focus areas for UK university leaders, student mental health and wellbeing is high on the agenda in HE. Whilst it’s easy to praise some of the technological innovations being adopted across the sector, we recognise that the relationship between digital technology and mental health isn’t always a favourable

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Let’s talk about student loneliness

Working in the higher education sector, we’re sure you know the buzz of Freshers arriving on campus in September, feeling excited and optimistic about the journey they’re about to embark on, but often, those feelings do not last long, nor are they shared by all.  Understandably, jumping into higher education can be daunting because of

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New semester, new goals – What’s on the horizon for 2022?

In late 2021, we held the Kortext Winter Webinar, where we discussed the pricing models of eTextbooks and the everchanging landscape of the eTextbook market.  The current digital textbook market is not working The sentiments shared in the webinar were emphasised in an article published by Wonkhe, where Kortext’s CEO James Gray noted that there’s a ‘broad agreement’

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Kortext announces partnership with Student Minds!

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We’re delighted to announce that Kortext has partnered with Student Minds, the student
mental health charity, to help further support our student users throughout their studies.  This partnership is particularly important as this year’s annual National Student Survey, run by the Office for Students.

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