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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

Six ways technology has improved education

Education is for everyone and this is due to the limitless amount of possibilities technology ...

3BM - finalist in ICT service and support

By Helen Warner, Business Development Manager, 3BM

Out with the old

Four important things to consider when replacing projectors in the classroom

KYOCERA: Where innovation and education connect

Schools, colleges and unis need the smartest and most efficient technologies to succeed in tod...

How to create an inspirational learning environment

It's true that teachers play a pivotal role in inspiring students, but even the very best teac...

Utilising your MIS

Using your School Management Information System (MIS) to support your Behaviour and Online Saf...

How academisation is changing school network procurement

Falk Bleyl, chief technology officer for Updata, uncovers one of the biggest procurement chang...

Where in the world should you set up your edtech business?

EdTechX Global announces its new index for 2016

The changing landscape of edtech

What role will technology play in the future of education? 

HP and Birmingham team up to boost cyber security

HP inaugurates university Chair to partner on future cyber security challenges

OU research reveals women's interest in STEM

New poll reveals appetite for STEM roles amongst women but highlights perceived barriers

How to wake up your class

Thompson Paine at Quizlet looks at new tech in the classroom

Youngsters can bridge edtech skills gap

Today's tech-savvy youth could plug a widening skills gap, if industry lets it, new research f...

Young Brits risk becoming Generation Never

New study by Coursera finds UK young adults are uncertain about whether they'll ever achieve i...

What to look for in your Mobile Device Management

By Marc Fairclough, Mobile Guardian

British businesses fear digital disruption

Businesses are concerned they will face digital disruption by 2018, new research finds

Projection plan

Simon Fry follows the evolution of the classroom projector, and looks at the growing benefits ...

Blended learning - The case for a reboot

Blended learning may inspire a generation to learn as intuitively as they browse, says Knowled...

Blended learning - the new normal

Blended learning is the natural next step to making teaching more interactive, finds Hannah Vi...

Improving work-based assessment and feedback to students

This week's EdTech Podcast

Sophie Bailey interviews digital literacy 'iChamps' Courtney Rowan and Clarissa Chay

Massive possibilities

They've been around for nearly a decade, but are Massive Open Online Courses still relevant? H...

Making ICT scalable and sustainable in multi-academy trusts

Mark Maybury at RM Education explores ways multi-academy trusts can maintain a cost-effective ...

Education through IoT

Fujitsu launches Operation Innovation Competition

Study and music; a promising combination

George Hammond-Hagan, founder of Studytracks, explains how edtech is improving the study metho...

Making the move to digital

Allie Palmer from MINTclass looks at why it's important for teachers to move to digital planni...

Google Expeditions comes to the UK

Google brings its Expeditions Pioneer Programme to more schools across the UK

UK edtech heads to China

UK education technology companies head out to China on first ministerial trade mission post-Br...

EdTech Podcast gets into games-based learning

Sophie Bailey interviews Lauri Jarvilehto, CEO, Lightneer, on learning games, Angry Birds, and...

New statutory guidance for school web filters

By Jo Jerome, Schools Broadband

Language learning technology comes of age

Globalisation has made multi-lingual skills an attractive quality, says Panos Kraniotis

Coding school looks to close digital skills gap

Codez Academy introduces a new scheme to help reduce the barriers to entry for those intereste...

Pearson Business School on hunt for edtech start-up

Applications open to become Pearson Business School's first edtech incubator company

Applications now open for STEM Bursary Fund

Dorset-based manufacturer offers bursary funds to support disadvantaged youngsters on STEM cou...

City Business Library launches e-learning platform

London's famous City Business Library is helping professionals across the Capital improve care...

Getting connected

How the education sector must prepare for the most connected academic year on record

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