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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
Duke of York backs edtech
Rebecca Paddick took a trip to Buckingham Palace for the TeenTech Awards ceremony, and also got a royal take on the future of edtech
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
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
Online degrees: raising standards
Nancy Coleman asks; can an online experience ever deliver the same levels of quality of teaching and learning?
Southampton MOOCs reach milestone
The University of Southampton has reached a milestone of 100,000 enrolments on its Massive Open Online Courses
Its not the App, it’s the Application
In a newly-rented office suite off Deansgate in the centre of Manchester, Jamil Khalil is building a new virtual space. Martin Hall reports
App puts students in the know
Innovative web app ‘Student Knowledge’ launched to help students and young people navigate life’s challenges
Bright spark grabs byte of the action
A budding software developer from Merseyside has impressed his teachers and classmates with a string of digital innovations
October edition of B4E is out now!
The October issue of Building 4 Education magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Deep Freeze costs
The education sector can reduce IT costs and increase productivity with Faronics Deep Freeze from ITS
A smartphone revolution
Dean Dickinson explains how the smartphone revolution will help universities and colleges improve student retention
Protect your iPad and tablet investment
Tablets are increasingly becoming integral to modern learning, there is however a lack of understanding on how to manage them effectively
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
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UK kids win coding comp

UK schoolchildren have outsmarted their European rivals at a coding competition in Brussels

Driving positive behaviour

John Roberts shares his views on how schools can drive positive behaviour in the classroom using a reward system

Wikipedia founder at Bett 2015

Jimmy Wales, leading technology futurist and founder of Wikipedia, has been announced as a keynote speaker at Bett 2015

What’s trending in edtech? Part 3

In the final instalment, Martin McKay discusses the flipped classroom and why the UK is plummeting down the PISA rankings

Kids choose careers in tech

Over half of UK schoolchildren want engineering and technology careers, but lack access to technology in the classroom, new research finds

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

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

UB November edition out now

The November edition of University Business magazine, the property issue, is now available to download

Plymouth launches e-book initiative

Plymouth University is working with a global digital textbook provider on a pioneering initiative to make e-Textbooks available to students

Cardiff goes wireless

City of Cardiff Council rolls out £2.6 million wireless project for the 'next generation of education'

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

A smartphone revolution

Dean Dickinson explains how the smartphone revolution will help universities and colleges improve student retention