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Is the writing on the wall?
As large format LCD screens reduce in price, Paul Mullen, Director of andersDX asks, is there a future for interactive whiteboards?
Cardiff goes wireless
City of Cardiff Council rolls out £2.6 million wireless project for the 'next generation of education'
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
SARs: The bugbear of FE
Martin Lawrie from Newcastle-under-Lyme College explains how adopting the right technology can ensure a more effective SAR
TeenTech 2015 receives royal boost
TeenTech launches new awards with HRH The Duke of York, as previous winners are already developing designs with leading charities
ET Oct/Nov edition out now
The October/November edition of Education Technology magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Digital degree delivery
The current student body, Generation Ys and Millennials, want to be challenged, not lectured to, says Nancy Coleman
Revolutionary findings to change TV ads
University researcher discovers new way of syncing music to video which will revolutionise the production of TV adverts and more
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
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
Managing data
Paul Harrington, Product Development Director for Scientia, discusses data management platforms in HE and the benefits to leadership teams
Lights, camera – action!
Research indicates that 1 in 5 teachers are considering flipping their classroom, so how are educators making the flipped classroom a reality?
Study Smart to spur STEM subjects
Digital learning platform Study Smart launches to close the gap between private and state school STEM teaching
Providing the personal touch
As learning materials shift from print to digital, there are opportunities for publishers to create dynamic digital textbooks, says Charlie Harrington
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All change at Jisc

Professor Martin Hall tells us how Jisc, the UK’s information technology service for HE and FE, has gone from ISP to solutions partner

Is the writing on the wall?

As large format LCD screens reduce in price, Paul Mullen, Director of andersDX asks, is there a future for interactive whiteboards?

Digital degree delivery

The current student body, Generation Ys and Millennials, want to be challenged, not lectured to, says Nancy Coleman

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

CAS scoops education award


Computing At School (CAS) has won the 2014 Informatics Europe Best Practices in Education Award

Putting digital top of the agenda

University Business Managing Editor Hannah Oakman reports from the Universities UK conference on digital marketing

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