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Academies lead collaborative procurement
BESA survey shows that academies are increasingly adopting collaborative procurement practices to save money
Is Print your weakest link?
Stephen Young, Xerox Public Sector Framework Manager asks: when you think of tech security, what springs to mind first?
Happy hacking
Martin Hamilton, Futurist at Jisc, looks at Code Clubs, MDM and MOOCs, as he recounts the 12 months in edtech
School opens doors to tech
Resident ‘Dartmoor ponies’ and new technology will boost learning opportunities for pupils at Edge Grove School in Hertfordshire
Edtech comes of age
Five edtech start-ups will represent the best of a dynamic and growing sector when they take part in the Great Tech Expedition
What’s trending in edtech? Part 2
Martin McKay, CEO of Texthelp, looks at plummeting hardware costs and why UK schools will be slow to benefit
Schools not protecting pupils
Teachers believe online risks such as cyber bullying are on the rise, yet they don’t feel confident with tackling e-safety in the classroom
Are we doing enough?
The worst thing we can do is assume the new computing curriculum will cover everything, according to a Nominet Trust report
Tech experts call for IT overhaul
Technology experts feel more needs to be done to educate the next generation of IT workers, new survey finds
October edition of IET is out now!
The October issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Rachel Riley backs STEM initiative
TV presenter Rachel Riley inspires kids’ appetites for STEM subjects through app development competition
Lecture capture for Leeds
A new state-of-the-art lecture capture system has been successfully rolled out at the University of Leeds following the new start of term
Study Smart to spur STEM subjects
Digital learning platform Study Smart launches to close the gap between private and state school STEM teaching
Bucks app gives students helping hand
An app has been created at Bucks New University to support new students during their first weeks of settling into university life
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So you’ve decided to flip your classroom

If you’re new to creating video content, here are some key questions you need to ask to ensure that your content can be shared, stored and searched

Secure students

Security issues can be overcome with proper governance and certain technical safeguards, says George Burgess, CEO of Gojimo

It’s up to us teachers

Kids are interested in coding, but it’s up to teachers to harness this enthusiasm and take it further, says Shaun Eason

Is Print your weakest link?

Stephen Young, Xerox Public Sector Framework Manager asks: when you think of tech security, what springs to mind first?

Happy hacking

Martin Hamilton, Futurist at Jisc, looks at Code Clubs, MDM and MOOCs, as he recounts the 12 months in edtech

Will we all be cyborgs?

Martin Hall asks: will we be cyborgs, part flesh and part machine? What advantages will this bring? And what should we worry about?

November edition of IET is out now!

The November issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store

Hitting the right mark

MP offer a subtle yet confident branding message, underpinning the values of any organisation: beautifully adorned Paper Watermarking

A severe skills shortage

Jon Silvera, founder and managing director, Fuze Technologies, looks at the challenges the edtech sector faces in the months ahead

The MOOC movement

Justin Beck, VP Education at Kaltura takes a look at the tech innovations underpinning the MOOC movement

Future tech trends in HE

Developers in the education technology sector have ways of predicting upcoming trends, says Ellucian's John Butler

Social climbers

Implementing Facebook, Twitter and other social media in higher education isn’t as simple as it seems, as Luke Evans discovers