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Business View all

Nottingham's Infused Learning calls for business support

The social enterprise has launched a pilot scheme of free courses to help unemployed Bulwell r...

More digital skills training required from employers

A new report from Course Library finds half of the UK workforce are concerned their digital sk...

Partnership Creates Local Opportunities in 3D Design & Print

Young people aged 17-25 on a vocational training programme are set to benefit from an Ultimake...

Cisco initiative to help UK develop digital skills

The company is pledging to help train a further 250,000 people in the UK by 2020

What is GDPR?

By Kit Good, Data Protection and Information Compliance Manager for University of London

Kortext partner with the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB)

Wiley and Kortext partner with the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB) to grow the World?s Largest D...

Education must change to tackle skills gap say Future Cert

The LPI certification providers have undertaken research which shows that education and employ...

Business and Tech Transformation at the University of London

The Digital Services team at CoSector - University of London (previously ULCC) share their exp...

E-safety View all

Teachers want social media ethics taught in schools

Research finds that one in seven Gen-Zers say that social media has negatively affected their ...

Online sexual harassment a worry for UK teens

New research from Childnet warns that the UK's young people are being targeted with online sex...

37% rise in cyber bullying reported in schools

The report from online safety company, Smoothwall, also reports that 24% of teachers have had ...

1/4 of education institutions unprepared for cyber attack

The Advanced Trends Report 2017 shows the education sector is not taking security seriously en...

Looking for a rapid ROI on your library security?

The case for cloud-hosted firewalls

ICT investments remain low, making strategic and financial network investments more critical n...

The GDPR and what it means for cyber security

Andrew Cormack, Chief Regulatory Adviser at Jisc, talks General Data Protection Regulation and...

YoungMinds encourage taking a break from smartphones

Cyber Aware is working with the mental health charity to encourage everyone to have a #techfre...

Events View all

SMART Technologies and VeryPC launch SMART Training Centre

The first of its type, the new centre will help highlight the importance of technology, group ...

Bett Awards 2018 finalists

Finalists for the 20th annual Bett Awards give schools, colleges and universities a snapshot o...

The Edtech Podcast: The rise of online education

#97 - Sophie Bailey speaks to Maplesoft CEO Jim Cooper and University of Birmingham's Nicola W...

Jan/Feb issue of Independent Education Today has landed!

In 'The Arts Issue' we explore the future of creativity and how independent schools are embrac...

UB January 2018 issue out now

The latest issue of University Business is now available to view online, for free!

Epsilon Engineers aiming for global Land Rover glory

The team of Denbigh sixth form students will compete at the world final of the Land Rover 4×4 ...

Who's who at Bett 2018?

Your guide to the exhibitors showing their wares at the January event

A sneak peek at Bett 2018

For most of our questions, education is the answer

Higher education View all

Bath appoint architects for £60m automotive research site

Stride Treglown and DKA have been selected as the architects to design the University of Bath'...

Durham top for on-campus wi-fi

Durham University is the top university for on-campus wi-fi, according to data compiled by Stu...

Chichester Engineering and Digital Tech Park almost complete

The University of Chichester celebrated the landmark construction with a topping-out ceremony ...

Help on demand a must for Gen Z

SPONSORED: Natalie Nezhati, edtech specialist, contemplates the study support expectations of ...

Why and how your students should focus their studies to AI

Emily Jones explains why it's important students prepare for the rise of AI in all fields

Business and technology transformation at London Uni

Sponsored: Digital Services team at CoSector - University of London share experience with digi...

Improving student experience with self-service device loans

By Debbie Exley, Events and Marketing Executive, Lapsafe

10 HE trends driving student success in 2018

Matt Searles, Industry Director Education at Unit4 recommends 10 areas of focus for higher edu...

International View all

Edtech venture Zzish extends formative assessment platform

The move is intended to help Ministries of Education in developing countries increase accounta...

EKB offers a blueprint for smart nations

Sponsored: Wiley and Kortext partner with the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB) to grow the world'...

13 new grants for virtual exchange from Stevens Initiative

The Initiative's programmes are connecting young people in the United States, the Middle East,...

Beyond edtech investment: global instructional shifts

Julia Freeland Fisher of the Christensen Institute looks at instructional shifts in teaching a...

jp.ik showcases Popup School solution in Africa

The convertible, modular Popup School was part of the Innovation Africa event held in Maputo, ...

Online Application Open for Ecole Poly's Bachelor Programme

2018-2019 online applications for admission to the three-year course are underway

FacilityLive Coding4Kids preparing children for the future

Mariuccia Teroni, Founder and Chair of FacilityLive, discusses coding in schools and how teach...

New app to teach Iranian children about sexual abuse

The Android app, Michka, takes the form of an e-book story designed to help kids talk to their...

People View all

Global engineering award won by Sunderland student

The computer science student's research makes sense of useful information amongst 'meaningless...

Reaching for the stars with Maggie Aderin-Pocock

Charley Rogers speaks to the famed space scientist at WIRED Next Generation about how to inspi...

Technology star's IT skills shine bright at Corseford

A teenager who lives with cerebral palsy has learned to type freely for the first time, using ...

Renishaw boss receives honorary Huddersfield uni award

Sir David McMurtry, who has long-standing links with the institution, received his award for '...

Millennials believe automated age requires 'people skills'

New research from CEMS - the Global Alliance in Management Education - cites being able to dep...

Generation Z fast becoming the 'side hustle' generation

OU poll says 97% are most driven by career and financial goals, with many selling services via...

Are schools making the most of parental engagement tech?

Lawrence Royston is MD of Groupcall, which recently spoke to thousands of stakeholders to see ...

Technology Can Support Educators with Formative Assessment

Janice Prandstatter of Promethean highlights how technology can play a positive role with form...

Primary View all

Why is self-employment a great option?

While self-employment has its caveats, the advantages to being self-employed are numerous

How can library technology solutions save your school money?

SPONSORED: James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International looks at ways library technology can ...

96% of teachers say tech has a positive impact on education

A new report from The Knowledge Academy reveals that a vast majority of educators support the ...

Computer Science for all: are we lacking vision?

NCR UK Development and Support Manager Steve Barton on the joys of Coding Club, and why inclus...

E-learning makes new gains in the higher education sector

Jeremy C Bradley, Executive Director at Edology, shares his insight on the evolution of e-lear...

TeenTech Surrey inspires techie teens

TeenTech, the initiative aiming to inspire teenagers to consider careers in Science, Technolog...

STEM-related toys for Christmas will build skills, say IET

The IET's annual seasonal video this year encourages educational toys for Christmas

What students and teachers go through when IT stops working

Sponsored: A stable infrastructure and consistent network monitoring is more important than ev...

Product news View all

Hold app partners with UCL School of Management

The Norwegian app that rewards students for ignoring their mobile phones through a system of i...

Bett finalists Texthelp provide free tech for teachers

Sponsored: Texthelp believes that literacy is every student's passport to academic, social and...

Schools Broadband to launch new service at Bett 2018

SPONSORED: Bett 2018 sees Schools Broadband launch its brand new, all-in-one, broadband, filte...

World's oldest working computer wows students

The WITCH computer celebrates five years as a teacher at The National Museum of Computing

Mesma: the first choice for driving accountability and QA

Sponsored: Mesma's QA technology is making inroads among schools, FE colleges and training pro...

How RFID Works: A Detailed Guide

Sponsored: Radio frequency identification is one of the most useful technologies around & has ...

Save time and money with Managed WANs

Sponsored: Schools Broadband outlines the benefits of Managed Wide Area Networks

From hands-on to headset-on: how VR will transform education

By Dr Sylvia Pan and Dr Marco Gillies from Goldsmiths, University of London and creators of th...

Secondary View all

Why your child's future is in 3D printing

Daemon 3D's Maddy Stokes explores how the technology is changing learning

Me, myself and AI: are robot teachers in our future?

Charley Rogers finds that artificial intelligence is well and truly here to stay

How You Can Simplify your School IT Infrastructure

Peter Millar of Promethean provides tips on creating an efficient IT Infrastructure

PlayStation®First takes Sunderland students to next level

The college has linked up with one of the world's most high-profile gaming brands to help deve...

UK economy and productivity threatened by lack of engineers

Engineering skills crisis will deepen without a fundamental change in the way we educate child...

CATs system 'could be limiting children's progress'

Almost 4 out of 5 secondary school teachers say CATs could be preventing pupils from achieving...

Cyber Discovery seeks next generation of security talent

The launch of the new UK Government programme sees young people invited to test their skills i...

Learning about learning via virtual students

Charles Wiles, CEO and Founder of Zzish talks AI and how a 'virtual student' can help modify t...