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Getting the right information
The Independent Schools Council’s ICT Strategy Conference focused on three areas schools need to consider when implementing ICT
Leadership, learning & technology
The ISC Strategy for ICT conference takes place tomorrow, Wednesday 5th November, at Berkhamsted School
Head to the Creative Quarter
Young people from 13-19 will be offered the chance to explore life and careers in the creative industries at Creative Quarter
Prep school goes virtual
Codestone delivers virtualised IT infrastructure and secure data backup for St. Michael’s CofE preparatory school
Investing in infrastructure
Investing in infrastructure is essential in order to fully reap the rewards of flexible learning platforms, says Simon Harbridge
November edition of B4E is out now!
The November issue of Building 4 Education magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Giving kids Codability
Children across the country are invited to learn programming at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park
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
UWE Bristol adds cutting edge Avid S6
UWE Bristol has become the first educational establishment to give students access to an Avid S6 on campus
Video game class for Dundee kids
Dundee schoolchildren will learn about video game design from BAFTA-winning artist Sophia George in the Game Changer Dundee project
Samsung launches coding hub
Samsung Electronics is working with Code Club to open five Coding Hubs across the UK, including a regional hub in Manchester
Because I’m ‘appy
Justin Smith, CEO and founder of the Educational App Store, selects the top five educational apps for primary schools
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
Social climbers
Implementing Facebook, Twitter and other social media in higher education isn’t as simple as it seems, as Luke Evans discovers
Supplier Focus

Head to the Creative Quarter

Young people from 13-19 will be offered the chance to explore life and careers in the creative industries at Creative Quarter

Twitter makes teen girls happier

Twitter makes teenage girls happier than Facebook according to research conducted by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)

Speaking the cyber bully's language

Jonathan Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, shares how understanding terms used online is crucial to keeping youngsters safe

December edition of IET is out now!

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

Getting the right information

The Independent Schools Council’s ICT Strategy Conference focused on three areas schools need to consider when implementing ICT

Scholarships bolster MOOC offering

The University of Southampton will offer the first scholarships associated with a FutureLearn online course

Creating a place for innovation

Today’s learning spaces are environments and technology can only enhance what’s there says Lenovo's Sam Morris

Free frameworks from Rising Stars

Rising Stars has released free frameworks for schools to encourage the progress of the more able pupils in English, Maths and Science

New £4m lab opens at Imperial College

A £4 million mini-factory for developing the next generation of miniaturised medical devices and robots is now open

Cyber bullying: Know the signs

With tech playing an ever-increasing role in children’s lives, this year’s Anti-Bullying Week focuses on managing cyber bullying

Funding boost for 3D printing

MakerClub awarded £80,000 by UK Government to develop revolutionary learning system using 3D printing and robotics

OCR adapts computing MOOC

OCR is launching an enhanced version of the free Cambridge GCSE Computing MOOC for schools, using adaptive learning technology