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Why tech matters
- Justine Greening Secretary of State for Education
Unit4 Business World saves two Essex colleges £80,000
The Evolution and Revolution of Online Education.
Paving the way for next gen coders
Spring Budget reveals increased investment in STEM education
4 million training places offered with new Digital Strategy
National Bibliographic Knowledgebase to be created by OCLC
GDPR: prepared for change?
Three education tech trends that will supercharge the sector
Secure your network or face the consequences
49% of British kids scared to use the Internet
New trends in children's internet use
Keeping the internet safe for schools
Winners of first International e-Assessment Awards announced
Accelerating Digital Transformation in HE Online Event
April issue of Independent Education Today is out now!
Cybersecurity skills in crisis
Bredon Hill Academy wins BP Ultimate STEM Challenge
Annual conference to examine issues affecting independents
Natalie McGuinness: My Roehampton online experience
Uni challenge: Providing value for students in a digital age
Attracting students is increasingly about digital leadership
Freelance technology essay writing service
NMiTE receives £8 million start-up funding
Leeds offers online MBA
MIT's Curious Learning takes literacy learning global
Edtech trends to look out for in 2017
OU and Save the Children team up
Brand new international e-Assessment Awards programme launch
Online learning to lead education by 2025
Edtech in Africa, go large or go home
Chancellor invests in technical education
Bath Chemical Engineer wins prestigious national tech award
Supporting SEN with edtech
Q&A: Why education technology matters to Justine Greening
Teaching crisis addressed by Strategic Workforce Planning
Discovery Education helps schools to digitise lessons
Summer 2017 issue of ISS is now available online
Dundee partners with TechnologyOne
Shakespeare Week 2017 goes digital
Digital leaders in the primary school
ConquerComputing launched at Education Show
Intelligent iPad and lockers for education
Student mental health and its effect on learning
Student duo develop handy revision website
Audio Visual developments and what they mean for education
SHOW SUCCESS FOR DIGIBOX AT BETT 2017
How tech can help schools address funding constraints
Take the VEX IQ Challenge
Prioritising enrichment over cutting-edge
Future demand for social skills will be big, says new report
Online tutoring: effective, convenient and fun
2017 Spring Budget and Education
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Spotting the bully, online and off
It is often unhelpful to see online and offline bullying as different, says Mark Bentley
Are kids cyber savvy?
David Mole, Kaspersky Lab, says that just because children are tech savvy, doesn't mean they k...
Beating the cyber bullies
We ask the roundtable: How do we keep kids safe from online bullying?
Childnet launches Trust Me
New resource from Childnet helps young people become critical thinkers online
The most important test: protecting our children online
By Phil Smith, Head of Product, Smoothwall
YoungMinds launches #LifeOnTheWeb Cartoon Comp
Mental health charity YoungMinds is launching a major new cartoon competition about the pressu...
Cyber Security Challenge UK launches edtech qualification
Anyone can now learn the basics of cyber security in just three months thanks to Cyber Securit...
10 signs your students are experiencing cyberbullying
Here are 10 warning signs to help you find and help the victims of Britain's most notorious an...
The friendly face of WiFi
South West Grid for Learning partners with Friendly WiFi
Tackling cyber crime could land youngsters top jobs
Cyber security skills set to offer over 4.5 million more jobs worldwide by 2019
Anti-bullying online resource launched in UK
An initiative to help tackle bullying and promote the well-being of young people launches a ne...
GDST launches family e-safety campaign
Put yourself in your children's shoes to support young people online, says head of leading gir...
Interactive game takes web safety to next level
UWS creates computer game helping young people with learning disabilities stay safe online
Webinar: flipped classroom and the learning experience
Join an upcoming webinar on how the flipped classroom and student recordings are transforming ...
Universities impacted every hour by a cyber attack
VMware research reveals challenges faced by HE in managing IT security
Wolverhampton to tackle online gambling cybercrime
Wolverhampton Professor secures EU funding to tackle cybercrime in the online gambling sector
Lack of concern around cyber security
Students aren't concerned about cyber security despite 77% seeing it as a growing threat, new ...
How can teachers lead the way in tackling cyber-security issues to ensure their pupils remain ...
How to combat radicalisation in schools
Carole Loader, director at Mesma, offers guidance on the government's Prevent duty
BYOD: Stronger encryption needed
John Michael discusses the security implications of BYOD as teachers take work home and carry ...
Online programme to improve school cyber safety
A cyber security online training programme is being offered to teachers to help them combat cy...
Understand, prevent and respond to cyberbullying
Childnet to host CPD training events in both London and Manchester to launch new guidance and ...
Teaching mobile security to teachers and pupils
By Paul Storey, Product Manager, Head of Voice Services, at Redcentric
Education sector makes further moves to combat extremism
Government announces 'co-ordinated response' to safeguarding issues in schools
Impero refines radicalisation keyword glossary
Impero Software partners with Hope not Hate to develop and refine its radicalisation keyword g...
CensorNet to launch guide to e-Safeguarding Law
Cloud security company will be launching its free Education Guide to e-Safeguarding Law on sta...
Pupils' internet access to be restricted and monitored
Nicky Morgan unveils plan for schools to control web use to protect children from bullying and...
Geraldine Osman, VP of International Marketing at Connected Data, lists the four things school...
School's 'digital school bag' complete with e-safety game
Barrow Hills trials pioneering game to improve awareness of importance of e safety
Smartphones and apps new bullying risk for schools
Tilden Watson says Anti-Bullying Week provided a good opportunity for schools to review their ...
Bedford beats the bullies
Students send video message to support Anti-Bullying Week
E-safety: more than just a tick-box exercise
Amid concerns about safeguarding and Prevent measures, RM Education says it's vital to be prot...
Online bullying still primary safety concern
To mark Anti-Bullying Week, Ken Corish discusses why teachers still consider cyberbullying as ...
Invisible warning signs: virtual self-harm
Ken Corish discusses virtual self-harm and how teachers can identify and respond to the warnin...
Creating positive profiles online
Ken Corish discusses why digital citizenship is crucial for young people and outlines how scho...
Parents leave e-safety lessons to schools
Eight in 10 parents say teachers are responsible for online safety education
Understanding the five layers of Data Protection
By Peter Hannah, regional director for UK & Ireland at NETGEAR
Parents mistrust kids online
Mums and dads spend on average one hour 45 minutes every week looking at their kids' mobile d...
Tootoot app tackles all forms of bullying
Lancashire and Yorkshire schools to tackle bullying, mental health and radicalisation with too...
Getting safe online in the classroom
Nick Shaw looks at the threats in the online world and offers tips for safeguarding pupils in ...