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Will academies make paperless schools more likely?

The academy approach will give head teachers more freedom to decide whether paperless communic...

Some facts about custom essay writing help

Custom essay writing services have become increasingly popular in the recent times

Digital marketing MOOC for Goldsmiths

Goldsmiths University of London partners with African online education provider to launch web-...

Aberdeen and IBM to offer cognitive computing

The University of Aberdeen partners with IBM to drive innovation in cognitive computing

Listen up

Gareth Mellor from SAM Learning explains why it's important for business, especially tech comp...

HE agencies create M5 Group

HESA Jisc and QAA collaborate to provide better service for UK higher education

Bridging the edtech gap

The education sector is beginning to bridge the gap between student's experiences in the class...

HEFCE funding for STEM courses

£1.7 million awarded to 28 projects to develop engineering and computer science conversion cou...

How do we make sure classroom tech is in sync?

That tech has extraordinary value in the classroom is almost axiomatic, but as with so many ax...

PRP: achieve to receive

Performance-related pay (PRP) can greatly benefit teachers, schools and governing bodies, if i...

New Laser & LED Hybrid projector range from Casio

ISE 2016 sees brand new product launch for Casio

Building the modern classroom from the ground up

By Dick de Vaal, co-founder, wePresent

Government report reveals a narrow view on data

Dr Elizabeth Sklar of King's College London encourages the government to rethink its approach ...

How to meet increasing Wi-Fi demands in education

Perry Correll shares his advice on the most important Wi-Fi requirements for the education sec...

UK schools embrace technology as pace of evolution increases

Kyocera Document Solutions announces results of its third annual Education Technology report

Leading the way for coding in schools

England is now ahead of the pack in terms of computing education, says Matt Powell

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MOOC exploring New Energy Technologies

A new Massive Open Online Course will explore the new technologies helping to solve some of th...

New technologies create new challenges

Ensuring education with network monitoring

Is virtual reality the next big thing for education?

The potential benefits of VR-based learning are manifold

How close are we to the digital classroom of the future?

By Lynsey Jenkins, Marketing Director, LapCabby

The cost-saving conundrum

Casio's Phil Clark gives some tips on subtle savings and practices that add up to make a diffe...

Samsung and V&A launch mobile digital classroom

The first mobile Samsung Digital Classroom has been formed to help young people develop skills...

Making technology work in the Modern Classroom

By Gill Leahy, Senior International Education Consultant, Promethean

Is your print costing too much?

Reviewing your print operations in 2016? UTAX (UK) have the solutions

Academic learning more about project management skills

If you look into the academic process every student goes through, you see that most can't keep...

Mesma's the key to change at apprenticeship provider

Key Training is better prepared for Ofsted inspections after boosting its self-assessment and ...

Brighton 3D print firm named most creative

3D printed robotics company, MakerClub, named most creative business in UK

Health sector joins MOOC platform

Cancer Research UK, BMJ and Health Education England are now providing online courses on socia...

Fujitsu innovation hub for Bletchley Park

The National Museum of Computing becomes Fujitsu Education Ambassador Establishment

PG Online: expanding on the success of BETT Show 2016

PG Online were announced as BETT Award finalists for developing outstanding downloadable teach...

3D printer rental scheme for UK schools

Danwood scheme gives affordable access to latest technology

The great technology gap

Survey shows the European education sector is not keeping up with new technology

Wi-Fi in education: what do schools need now?

New devices and teaching styles have lead to more reliance on a good connection, says Perry Co...

Are interactive displays still relevant in the classroom?

Dr. David Whyley shares his views on the potential of interactive displays and whether they st...

Cambridge ready for BIM

As the Building Information Modelling (BIM) deadline looms, Majenta helps the University of Ca...

Creating a modern classroom can be as easy as 1,2,3

By Gill Leahy, Senior International Education Consultant, Promethean

Innovation in online platforms

Succeedin discuss meeting the challenges of delivery by harnessing knowledge and experience th...

Join AirWatch at BETT 2016 - stand #C269

Examine the current IT shifts in education as well as explore an IT blueprint for tomorrow's l...

Setting the lecture capture standard

Kaltura's Jeff Rubenstein explains how a new open capture standard will help to banish video d...