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Higher education

Paying the piper and calling the tune

Mohamad Djahanbakhsh discusses how HE can improve student retention using intelligent timetabl...

Primary

How to teach robotics

It is relatively simple to get started in robotics, explains Denis Hallam, Associate Deputy He...

Primary

A contemporary E-learning ecosystem

No single educational provider can host the range of technologies necessary to the 21st-centur...

Primary

Equipping students with real skills

The UK is in need of a generation with digital skills. As such, education has a key role to pl...

Primary

Empowering the teacher through tech

Teachers hero and maths enthusiast Johnny Ball talks BETT, Raspberry Pi and the future of comp...

E-safety

Phreaking - don't be a victim

What is phreaking? And what precautions can your school take to protect themselves from fallin...

Primary

Leadership in transforming education

Education Technology's Jack-William Cantwell reports back from the annual NAACE conference in ...

Secondary

The BYOD Club

Being England's oldest Catholic school doesn't stop St Edmund's College from being forward thi...

Events

Enhance learning with tablet tech

Rebecca Paddick reports from the first School Leaders Summit panel discussion at the Education...

Product news

Education Show opens in Birmingham

Rebecca Paddick arrives at the NEC in Birmingham with a plan to head straight to the new edtec...

Higher education

Student experience changing face of HE

Justin Beck, Vice-President, Education at Online Video Platform Kaltura urges universities to ...

E-safety

Managing an online environment

Jonathan Valentine, MD at e-safety software specialist Impero, discusses how schools can prope...

Product news

Is a problem shared a cost halved?

Is collective purchasing the missing link to reducing overheads and how can advances in techno...

Business

The full potential of tablet technology

Nik Tuson, managing director, LearnPad, discusses the elements that should be considering when...

Higher education

Scalable security saves time and money

Steve Jones from global surveillance company Synectics, explains how surveillance technology i...

Primary

10 great sites and apps for schools

Holly Seddon (pictured) and Laura Celada from Quibly share 10 of the best and most popular app...

Primary

Don'™t tempt me!

Pupils preparing for exams should treat social media as a useful revision aid rather than a ti...

Secondary

Don'™t tempt me!

Pupils preparing for exams should treat social media as a useful revision aid rather than a ti...

Primary

Is the Year of Code strong enough?

Osborne and Gove, recently launched Year of Code to raise programming awareness, but Simon Har...

Business

Homework and Helicopter Mums

Naimish Gohil founder of Show My Homework, explains how homework is putting our nation's mums ...

Higher education

Contactless security set to transform HE

Paul Taylor from Allegion, discusses Near Field Communication (NFC) and the impact it could ha...

Business

How IT can outsmart the intelligentsia

Francois Amigorena, CEO of IS Decisions, discusses how we can overcome those smart enough to g...

Higher education

Software makes HE more personal

Jonathan Dempsey, Ellucian business development director, discusses how tech innovation can of...

International

ISE day three: Lasers and video for HE

Rebecca Paddick visited the Prism stand at ISE where Laser Phospor Displays (LPD) are proving ...

Higher education

Lecture capture at ISE

Rebecca Paddick spoke to lecture capture experts Panopto about how its software is offering a ...

Events

ISE: A new dawn, a new day

It's day two of Integrated Systems Europe 2014, at the Amsterdam RAI, and Rebecca Paddick take...

Events

MOOC spotting at ISE 2014

Walking past the Panasonic stand at ISE 2014, Rebecca Paddick spotted a section dedicated to M...

Events

ISE opens doors in Amsterdam

Rebecca Paddick arrives in Amsterdam, where Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is now underway at...

Higher education

Big data can boost student experience

Ruth Drysdale, eLearning programme manager at Jisc, explores data analytics as a great way to ...

Events

This year's Bett: the best yet

Rebecca Paddick took a trip to the ExCel London, where this year's Bett show celebrated it's 3...

Events

From Gove to Geldof: BETT 2014's here

University Business Managing Editor Hannah Oakman looks at the most likely things to excite an...

E-safety

Staying e-safe at school

2014 is the year to push e-safety in schools forward, says Jon Valentine, managing director at...

Secondary

Flipped learning: From cynic to believer

Penny Humm, a physics teacher at Bellerbys College Cambridge, puts flipped learning to the tes...

Primary

A guide to the new computing curriculum

From using computers to understanding how they work, Rebecca Paddick explains all about this y...

Events

Tech trends at BETT 2014

Casio's Gemma Platt looks at the technology trends at BETT 2014, and explains how to make the ...

E-safety

Preventing online risks

A realistic approach to monitoring what students are up to online can be more effective in hel...

Higher education

Moving to the cloud is easy for HE

Liz Sproat, head of education, EMEA at Google, discusses the opportunities moving to the cloud...

Higher education

University websites need design shift

Professor Gloria Moss at Bucks New University looks at the influence of gender on university w...

Business

Caring and sharing in the future

Jonathan Dempsey, Business Development Director at Ellucian, looks at the evolution of the sha...

E-safety

Encryption: use it or lose out

Mark James, Technical Director at online security solutions business ESET, looks at the benefi...