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Unit4 Business World saves two Essex colleges £80,000

In its first year Essex Shared Services saves two Essex colleges £80,000 with Unit4 Business W...

The Evolution and Revolution of Online Education.

An online education environment can enable you to create courses that adapt in real-time, says...

Paving the way for next gen coders

Bett 2017 saw the launch of exciting new project KYOCodes, a competition to help discover the ...

Spring Budget reveals increased investment in STEM education

Chancellor Phillip Hammond's first budget announcements focused on technical education and ind...

4 million training places offered with new Digital Strategy

Government launches Digital Strategy Partnership with private sector that aims to 'make sure n...

National Bibliographic Knowledgebase to be created by OCLC

Jisc announce that OCLC has been awarded the contract to develop a new National Bibliographic ...

Negative perceptions

Accenture research finds that negative perceptions and poor understanding of career options le...

BJSS and Turinglab to advance STEM education in the UK

Partnership will see BJSS sponsor 100 scholarships annually across key cities in the UK

E-safety View all

GDPR: prepared for change?

It is essential that the people in charge start planning their approach to GDPR compliance soo...

Three education tech trends that will supercharge the sector

Angelica Nierras, MD of Faria Education Group, predicts that the following edtech trends will ...

Secure your network or face the consequences 

Security legislation, compliance and cyber-threats make it increasingly important for schools ...

49% of British kids scared to use the Internet

We need to help rebuild children's confidence in the Internet, says Kaspersky Lab

Smallpeice Trust teach Year 9s about cyber security

The education charity wants to teach children to become Cyber Security Professionals

What you don't know, can't hurt you... can it?

Parents need to explore the online world with their children, and encourage them to play onlin...

New trends in children's internet use

Research shows very young children using tablets, new online trends and safety issues

Keeping the internet safe for schools

On Safer Internet Day, Florian Malecki, international product marketing director at SonicWall ...

Events View all

Winners of first International e-Assessment Awards announced

The e-Assessment Association's gala dinner was held in London this week

Accelerating Digital Transformation in HE Online Event

The inaugural edtech conference will be available on March 28th 2017 for general online attend...

April issue of Independent Education Today is out now!

This month, we are talking about school catering and how independent schools are transforming ...

Cybersecurity skills in crisis

Kaspersky Lab and Royal Holloway University join forces to host Cyber Day to enthuse young peo...

Annual conference to examine issues affecting independents

Pete Cohen will discuss pupil wellbeing at the SIMS Independent and International Annual Confe...

Bredon Hill Academy wins BP Ultimate STEM Challenge

Three pupils won the national STEM competition with their design for a remote-controlled surve...

William Shatner and Aardman go to Mars

A stunning sci-fi animation from bristol-based studio Aardman launched on BBC Radio 4 this wee...

Manchester Metropolitan University hosts Print Tech Day

The university will provide insights into new 2D and 3D print technologies, and their introduc...

Higher education View all

Uni challenge: Providing value for students in a digital age

Students are now 'consumers' with very real purchasing power, says Axians' Andy Butcher

Attracting students is increasingly about digital leadership

A new report from Jisc highlights the increasing importance of the capable delivery of technol...

NMiTE receives £8 million start-up funding 

Britain currently has an estimated shortfall of 40,000 engineering graduates

Leeds offers online MBA

University of Leeds and Pearson kick off partnership with launch of online MBA

Freelance technology essay writing service

Guest post: Writing Academy has the solution for those who struggle with writing

Students want tracking apps in HE

The survey also found that 98% of HE students think that technology is becoming increasingly i...

Cape Town and Leeds to study role of tech in HE

New transcontinental research project to look at the way technology is affecting traditional c...

Launchpad LeiceSTAR

University of Leicester helps secure investment in space science and Earth observation technol...

International View all

MIT's Curious Learning takes literacy learning global

The Curious Learning tablets are are currently being used by over 4,000 children in eight coun...

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...

People View all

Chancellor invests in technical education

£500 m funding for new T-Levels and £300m for STEM focused PHDs announced by Philip Hammond in...

Bath Chemical Engineer wins prestigious national tech award

Prof. Semali Perera from the University of Bath wins the Academic Award in the 2017 FDM Everyw...

Altogether now

Collaborative learning requires synchronised learning spaces, writes Simon Fry

Supporting SEN with edtech

Ben Behrens rounds up the latest edtech for children with Special Educational Needs

Q&A: Why education technology matters to Justine Greening

The Secretary of State for Education shares her thoughts on the future of education technology...

Teaching crisis addressed by Strategic Workforce Planning

Baljinder Kuller, MD of The Supply Register, discusses how procurement issues are at the heart...

Setting a bad example

Children unimpressed by parents' online behaviour, a study by Kaspersky finds

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...

Primary View all

Crossed connections

Keeping today's constantly-connected student generation truly connected

Summer 2017 issue of ISS is now available online

The latest independent school sport magazine features exclusive interviews and a special repor...

Dundee partners with TechnologyOne

University of Dundee signs seven-year partnership with TechnologyOne to underpin business tran...

Digital leaders in the primary school

Working as one of Microsoft's UK Teacher Ambassadors, Natalie Burgess has seen what makes scho...

Shakespeare Week 2017 goes digital

Mission Shakespeare will help children explore Shakespeare digitally this Shakespeare Week, 20...

Why budget cuts don't need to spell the end of edtech

By Janice Prandstatter, Teaching and Learning Consultant, Promethean

21 schools scoop digital award

Scotland leads the way in digital teaching and learning as first 'Digital Schools' named

Women in tech say some were discouraged in career choice

Product news View all

ConquerComputing launched at Education Show

Online tuition service launched to help teach computing at primary school level

Intelligent iPad and lockers for education

With the need of access to an often limited number of laptops and tablets it is important that...

Student mental health and its effect on learning

Student stress is rising and some turn to tech to help says Dr Andres Fonseca, Consultant Psyc...

Student duo develop handy revision website

Two A-level students have created Exambrain, a searchable past paper revision site

Audio Visual developments and what they mean for education

Damien Weissenburger, head of corporate & education solutions, Sony Professional Europe looks ...

SHOW SUCCESS FOR DIGIBOX AT BETT 2017

DigiBox took to the floor at this year's BETT show to demonstrate the latest innovations

Skills On Tap: boosting students' employability

A digital tool to boost students' employability has been developed by a university business ex...

Learning coding by saving kittens

New game teaches real-life coding in a unique way

Secondary View all

How tech can help schools address funding constraints

Schools should open their facilities for hire by the community, says Chris Smith of Kajima Par...

Take the VEX IQ Challenge

Chris Calver explains why schools should take STEM to the next level by participating in a rob...

Prioritising enrichment over cutting-edge 

Schools need to prioritise the changes in technology that can help their existing teaching pra...

Future demand for social skills will be big, says new report

Report says kids must learn to think like a human in an increasingly digital world

Online tutoring: effective, convenient and fun  

Simply Learning Tuition founder Nathaniel McCullagh looks at the advantages of online tutoring...

2017 Spring Budget and Education

This Budget goes some way to helping more young people find a way into the labour market, but ...

How can we continue to engage girls in STEM?

By Rose Russell, STEM Co-ordinator at Ursuline Academy and judge for BP Ultimate STEM Challeng...

IKB Academy visit world's leading physics laboratory

A-Level pupils from IKB Academy travelled to Switzerland to visit CERN