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The Augmented Reality age

2017 will see the virtual reality and augmented reality market mature, says Fujitsu's Director...

Digital transformation: Civica Digital

The Civica Group launches Civica Digital, a newly unified division to support the ongoing driv...

Education must embrace tech

Training providers must strengthen digital offering to accommodate students demanding 24/7 acc...

Viva la resolution!

Teaching is a new years resolution for many in the January jobs market, Google Trends data sho...

All change

Can we say that 2016 was a successful year for technology in education? Paul Dredge finds out

What it really means to be an entrepreneur

All successful entrepreneurs have a clear idea concerning what they want to achieve through th...

Student information systems: the story so far

Nicola Yeeles examines how student information systems are changing and what the next chapter ...

Projection technology

ICT procurement in schools must look to the future says Optoma's Nick Price

E-safety View all

Securing network needs

Shaun Phillips, Calibre Secured Networks, offers advice about secure education networks and ke...

Have we created unsocial media?

Social media leaves people feeling down, research reveals

Do Ofsted's recent safeguarding changes require improvement?

By Barry Richardson, Creative Director, The Worrinots

Education sector is primary target for ransomware attacks

Andy Norton outlines the risks of ransomware

Parents go back to school to learn about internet safety

The workshops will teach pupils and their parents about staying safe on the internet

Childnet launches new cyberbullying guidance

Internet safety charity has launched the resources to support schools develop effective strate...

Learning the ropes

How education needs to tackle the growing threat of ransomware

Cyber academy to fast-track next gen security experts

The academy will give students the tools they need to fight cyber attacks

Events View all

What will you bring back from Bett?

The Promethean ActivPanel came out on top at last year's Bett Show and continues to innovate i...

Hands-on workshops with LEGO Education at Bett 2017

Teachers have the opportunity to experience computing and STEM solutions with LEGO Education a...

Young UK creative tech pioneers invited to compete for £10K

2017 Longitude Explorer Prize challenges young people to solve healthcare issues with the 'Int...

New speaker for Digital Transformation conference

Ian Yorston, Director of Digital Strategy at Radley College, will speak at Accelerating Digita...

Be the change

Safer Internet Day 2017 set to be biggest yet as free resources launched to help schools get i...

ISE 2017 unveil Immersive Technology Zone

New feature to showcase cutting edge virtual, augmented and mixed reality

Pepper the Robot sets schools' mascot comp in motion

Primary pupils across Edinburgh invited to design mascot to mark launch of Heriot-Watt Univers...

Northern Ireland to showcase edtech at Bett

For the first time there will be a Northern Ireland pavilion at Bett 2017, organised by Invest...

Higher education View all

University of Birmingham choose Maple T.A.

Maple T.A. adopted campus-wide after creation of custom content for STEM courses

UWE expands video tech to 500 courses

Video platform provides ideal support for pedagogical innovation

Bucks New Uni develops WW1 app with HEFCE grant

Students at Buckinghamshire New University get to grips with points of interest from the First...

Infographic - The Impact of Student Response Solutions

Engagement Matters: The Impact of Response Technology on University Success

Online tracking of study habits could lead to better grades

Nearly half of students say they'd get better grades if universities tracked their study habit...

Growing universities' online business 

Distance learning is the future, says Professor Geoff Smith

Major funding boost for Brighton's engineering building

The University of Brighton receives £500,000 grant for specialist equipment

ISE 2017 - AV in education

This year's Integrated Systems Europe welcomes the addition of a dedicated education hall with...

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Edtech trends to look out for in 2017

With the right funding, the education industry will continue to make headway on its path to di...

OU and Save the Children team up

The Open University and Save the Children announce new partnership to raise education standard...

Brand new international e-Assessment Awards programme launch

The e-Assessment Association announced the launch of an awards programme to celebrate the use ...

Online learning to lead education by 2025

EMEA education professionals feel funding is the biggest inhibitor to a more positive future f...

Edtech in Africa, go large or go home

We have opportunity and expertise in Africa to produce content that can reach people from incr...

International tech link-up for Cranfield

Cranfield University launches new partnership in technology leadership with Muscat and Aston U...

Help shape next 100 years of education

HundrED, invites educators around the world to share their innovations and ideas for transform...

How to nano-print the human brain...

Meso-Brain initiative receives funding to replicate brain's neural networks through 3D nano-pr...

People View all

Is it time to steer your career in a new direction?

Simply Academy explains what steps should be taken if someone is looking to kick-start their c...

Ian Fordham joins Microsoft UK

Education Foundation Co-founder and Edtech UK CEO joins Microsoft as Director of Education

A year in edtech

We ask some of the sector's experts, was 2016 a success for edtech, and what developments can ...

The rising demand for digital tech

By Richard Picking, International Marketing Director, Gratnells

What does the future hold for independent schools?

Paul Norton, Kings Monkton School Principal, looks at how thematic teaching and new technologi...

EdTech Podcast: creating independent learners in Japan

This week's EdTech Podcast is with Global Teacher Prize nominee Kazuya Takahashi - on creating...

Student becomes youngest UK Cyber Security Champion

Ben Jackson, 18, triumphs at 2016 Cyber Security Challenge UK Masterclass making him 2016 cybe...

Building your digital school

Geoff Millington discusses how schools can make their websites more engaging and search-engine...

Primary View all

7 online platforms that can help you learn a new skill

It's no too late to resolve to take up something new this year. Florian Plenge has some ideas ...

How to satisfy thermal preferences for minimum energy

Satisfying thermal preferences for the minimum amount of energy equals happy students and happ...

This definitely wouldn't fit in my pocket

With the average age of a child getting their first phone falling from 12 to six in 10 years,...

Predictions for the education sector in 2017

Jared Stein, Vice President of Research and Education at Canvas, predicts what will shape the ...

How can technology assist dyslexic learners?

The recent death of AA Gill called to the national attention the positive attributes of dyslex...

How the Elliot Foundation uses Google to inspire children

Lucinda Reid talks to Rachel Jones, Innovation Director at the Elliot Foundation, about her ex...

New app inspires kids into STEM subjects

New app launches to help children engage creatively with STEM subjects through interactive sci...

Is VR the real deal?

Alan Parkinson, Head of Geography at King's Ely discusses whether VR can improve students' que...

Product news View all

What will you bring back from Bett?

The Promethean ActivPanel came out on top at last year's Bett and continues to innovate intera...

Teachers helping teachers

No one is better at providing teaching resources than teachers, says Brigitte Ricou-Bellan

One million children to try virtual reality field trips

Google aims to take one million pupils in Britain on virtual reality school trips with Google ...

New Gratnells PowerTrolley makes big impression in trial

Recent product releases from Gratnells, the PowerTrolley & PowerTray, pass with flying colours...

Helping schools bridge the gap in 2017

At a loss when it comes to replacing your IT equipment? Michael Tu has a few tips to help you ...

Exploring the world without leaving the classroom

Google Expeditions are taking 1 million students across the UK on virtual field trips

Meetoo in Education - one year and thousands of downloads on

Meetoo is a simple but effective way to energise lectures and classes, encourage interaction a...

Safeguarding made simple

With tootoot, students can safely and anonymously inform their place of learning about concern...

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One in five young people lose sleep over social media

Teenagers wake up through the night to check social media, new research finds

The importance of hands on learning in education

Alex Dalton, Managing Director of woodworking machinery specialists Daltons Wadkin, takes a lo...

Virtual Reality brings lessons to life in Kent school

Students use VR to learn across the curriculum

Free cyber security lesson plans for Computer Science

Brand new lesson plans give teachers practical ways of teaching fundamental cyber security con...

Video in education, predictions for 2017

By Jeff Rubenstein, VP at video technology company Kaltura

Making a success of learning tech in schools

By Adam Hodgess, Learning Technology Manager, Lipson Co-operative Academy, Plymouth

Digital transformation: Back to the future

For years Logicalis have studied the digital behaviours & potential impact the 'Realtime Gener...

Curriculum failing STEM careers

Survey finds teachers believe practical lessons in science and maths classes are key to encour...