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Higher education

What's next in wearable tech for research and education?

By Martin Hamilton, Futurist, Jisc

E-safety

What is digital literacy?

Gemma Sharland explores the responsibilities and opportunities for children surrounded by tech...

E-safety

Participation equals ownership

If pupils are involved in the creation of a school's e-safety policy, they are more likely to ...

Higher education

Supporting research through HPC investment

By Dr. Andrew Richards, Head of Advanced Research Computing at the University of Oxford

Secondary

To Google, or not to Google, during exams?

By S. Orestis Palermos and Duncan Pritchard

Higher education

Top tips for implementing Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality (AR) is one such technology, often talked about, but until recently lacking ...

Secondary

On the brink of a classroom revolution

Dr Kevin Burden argues that the days of traditional classroom teaching are numbered

Events

Do you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg?

Paul Smith, Founder and CTO of Schoop, gives his top resources for budding tech entrepreneurs

E-safety

DDoS Attacks: Is your school prepared?

RM Education's Mark Conrad highlights the threat and consequences of a Distributed Denial of S...

Business

The projector is dead. Long live the projector!

By David Webster, Chief Technology Officer, RGB Communications Ltd

Business

The future classroom has IT at heart

Contemporary learning experiences are a far cry from those of even five years ago, says Steve ...

Business

We need to be realistic about tech adoption in schools

By Dave Saltmarsh, education evangelist at JAMF Software

International

How to solve the Digital Divide in European edtech

By Charles McIntyre, CEO of IBIS Capital and Co-Founder, EdTech Europe

Higher education

Collaborative approaches to cost savings

Jisc's Martyn Harrow describes some key collaborative approaches to saving money, boosting eff...

E-safety

Do rather than don't

We need to give young people the opportunities to be empowered digital citizens, says Will Gar...

Business

Taking advantage of an evolving server market

By Tikiri Wanduragala, EMEA x86 Server Systems Snr. Consultant

E-safety

Greater guidance

Parents and teachers need to combine efforts to become more clued up on internet safety, says ...

Secondary

Closing the inequality gap

Tony Wilmot, principal, The Queen Elizabeth Academy, examines how technology can close the gap...

Secondary

Tablets in the classroom: A true transformation

Tablets have completely changed the way we interact with tech, bringing in an era of genuine p...

Primary

Utilising Google

Teacher and blogger Gemma Sharland shares her top tips on how to make the most of Google Apps ...

Higher education

Leveraging technology to improve learning

Cheryl Pennington, Assistant Principal, Reading College (Part of Activate Learning) looks at b...

Higher education

Using social media to empower the student

GSM London's Zach Thompson looks at how social media can take today's student from passive lis...

Higher education

Turning a University into a venue

Roger Matthews, Commercial Director at The Cloud, explores the uses of Wi-Fi in higher educati...

Higher education

Video rights for the classroom

Finding fresh video content that really brings a topic to life is a perennial challenge for te...

E-safety

Safeguarding in schools

IP video systems help meet increasingly onerous children's safeguarding requirements in school...

Higher education

The impact of Generation Z

With 'Generation Z' ready to move onto our campuses from 2018, it's time we got our heads arou...

Primary

On the brink of a classroom revolution

Are we on the verge of losing traditional classroom learning asks Dr Kevin Burden at Hull Univ...

E-safety

Sex, lies and teenage tapes

New report shows an increasing amount of so-called adult content is actually being produced by...

Business

Reaping the rewards of an effective school website

Five tips on how you can ensure your school website complies with DfE and Ofsted requirements

Primary

My top five coding apps for kids

Teacher and blogger Gemma Sharland looks at her top five coding apps for children in the class...

Higher education

Harnessing tech to meet HE's biggest challenges

Jisc's chief executive previews some of the ways in which it is helping universities make effe...

Business

Less is more

Alex Nan, Global Product Manager at i3-Technologies, tells us how schools can benefit from upg...

People

Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Despite a chaotic start, Artificial Intelligence is no longer just a boulevard of broken dream...

Higher education

Why we prefer Lenovo

By Trevor Bayliss, IT Technical Director, Aston University

Business

Weighing up the move to the Cloud

Ian Nairn discusses how schools can use the Cloud to achieve the best outcomes for their stude...

E-safety

Safety net

Clive Turner at Groupcall examines child e-safety concerns, and explores the role parental eng...

Secondary

We're in the hands of Generation Tech

The age-old excuse of 'the dog ate my homework' has been replaced by 'my computer crashed', sa...

People

Cloud is... Or is it?

Cloud technology provides many more opportunities for innovation than the stereotypes suggest,...

Secondary

Social media - friend or foe?

Let's not underestimate the importance children place on instant messages, profile updates and...

Secondary

Global gaming

Despite there being around 200 million gamers in China, 'gamification' has not yet made it int...