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Augmented Learning
Poppy Gibson shares a range of easy-to-create examples of Augmented Reality that could be used with your students
Tightening security across campus
Cashless payment systems are fast coming into the fore as our society undergoes a payment revolution, says Chris Lyons
The growth of the Cloud
James Penny, Solutions Director, European Electronique explains why developments in cloud technology helped make 2014 a success for edtech
Rapid’s Young Inventors Competition
Leading education supplier Rapid Online has launched a competition to find the next big inventor in primary schools throughout the UK
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?
A digital transformation
Simon Nelson, Chief Executive of FutureLearn, the UK’s first MOOC provider, gives his take on the last 12 months in higher education
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
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
Sussex develops multicriteria mapping
A new web-based application, which helps analyse complex issues and make decisions, has been launched as collaborative project
The future of learning
The potential of tablet computers seems to have been realised with the release of MWorld, an educational app aimed at students in grades 3 to 6
Rice advice for Derby pupils
Virtual field trip takes globe-trotting Derby Grammar school Year 3 pupils to Thailand and the Netherlands
Classroom connectivity
Natalie Duffield, CEO of intechnologyWiFi, discusses how we can solve the connectivity problem in schools
Creating a place for innovation
Today’s learning spaces are environments and technology can only enhance what’s there says Lenovo's Sam Morris
OCR adapts computing MOOC
OCR is launching an enhanced version of the free Cambridge GCSE Computing MOOC for schools, using adaptive learning technology
Supplier Focus

Dundee launches its first MOOC

The University of Dundee is set to offer its first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the FutureLearn platform

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Jisc Digital Festival registration open

UK MOOC pioneer Simon Nelson, CEO of FutureLearn confirmed to headline next year’s event in Birmingham

Enhancing the digital classroom

Dave Saltmarsh, educational evangelist at JAMF Software, on how mobile device management tools foster unique learning experiences

Coventry embraces online learning

Coventry University College has unveiled plans to launch a programme of online degrees in 2015 to better meet the needs of its students

Careers advice forum for school kids

Careers guidance charity Adviza teams up with Success at School to launch an online careers advice forum for young people

ISC: Getting the right information

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

Reducing the digital divide

In January, Bett 2015 will bring together hundreds of exhibitors to showcase the latest developments in learning technologies

Rapid’s Young Inventors Competition

Leading education supplier Rapid Online has launched a competition to find the next big inventor in primary schools throughout the UK

Classroom connectivity

Natalie Duffield, CEO of intechnologyWiFi, discusses how we can solve the connectivity problem in schools

Making to participate

Effective digital participation can only come when you understand how the technologies you are using are made, says Dan Sutch

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