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Cisco initiative to help UK develop digital skills

The company is pledging to help train a further 250,000 people in the UK by 2020

What is GDPR?

By Kit Good, Data Protection and Information Compliance Manager for University of London

Kortext partner with the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB)

Wiley and Kortext partner with the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB) to grow the World?s Largest D...

Education must change to tackle skills gap say Future Cert

The LPI certification providers have undertaken research which shows that education and employ...

Business and Tech Transformation at the University of London

The Digital Services team at CoSector - University of London (previously ULCC) share their exp...

UK businesses embracing technology to enhance L&D strategy

UK companies increasingly turn to new technology to enhance their Learning and Development (L...

Kortext awarded tender for the Jisc LAPS

Kortext has been accepted onto the new Jisc Learning Analytics Purchasing Service

Universities coming on StREAM

Solutionpath's analytics software wins £775,000 of higher education contracts in one month

E-safety View all

37% rise in cyber bullying reported in schools

The report from online safety company, Smoothwall, also reports that 24% of teachers have had ...

1/4 of education institutions unprepared for cyber attack

The Advanced Trends Report 2017 shows the education sector is not taking security seriously en...

Looking for a rapid ROI on your library security?

The case for cloud-hosted firewalls

ICT investments remain low, making strategic and financial network investments more critical n...

The GDPR and what it means for cyber security

Andrew Cormack, Chief Regulatory Adviser at Jisc, talks General Data Protection Regulation and...

YoungMinds encourage taking a break from smartphones

Cyber Aware is working with the mental health charity to encourage everyone to have a #techfre...

The future of online security teaching in schools

How do we protect children from the dangers of internet use?

How do we teach students about fake news?

A guide to safeguarding critical thinking in the digital and online world

Events View all

Northern Ireland school leaders attend Inspire 2017

Over 400 education experts gathered at Titanic Belfast for the leading edtech conference

Northern lights: the very best of Scandi edtech

The Nordic Edtech Alliance Awards will showcase five Nordic Edtech finalists 'ready to conquer...

European Schoolnet brings EMINENT conference to Brussels

EMINENT 2017 brings expert speakers from 35 countries together from 15th ? 17th November to di...

The December issue of Independent Education Today is here!

What are your thoughts about 2017? Discover what independent school headteachers think about t...

Braindates are coming to WISE 2017

The event app will offer new opportunities for connection, peer-learning and collaboration at ...

Young cyber talent represents UK in Cyber Security Challenge

Cyber enthusiasts travelled to Malaga to represent the UK in a series of cyber security challe...

Impact Awards seek out best in tech for good

The awards from DigitalAgenda reward tech that is developed and used to do good in the communi...

Ufi announces work with iDEA on innovative digital badges

Charitable trust, Ufi, is backing The Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award to devel...

Higher education View all

Manchester Met to launch MBA Degree Apprenticeship

The new programme, designed to develop senior managers and strategic thinkers, is set to launc...

Changed priorities ahead: improving student success in 2018

Matt Searles, Industry Director Education at Unit4, outlines 10 trends likely to enhance HE at...

Academic Stories connects minds across the world online

The new network from Academic Positions allows academics from around the world to share knowle...

City of Glasgow College boosts IoT coverage

The new Riverside Campus will host the ninth gateway for Glasgow's Internet of Things

New chapter for librarians and disabled students

An audit to highlight accessible e-books has been declared the winner of the 2017 National Acq...

Free MOOC on autism support launched by University of Bath

Teachers are encouraged to sign up for a free four-week course by the university and FutureLea...

87% of university students rely on apps to study

A recent study from Kit Out My Office shows that a life without mobile tech would be unthinkab...

Campus of the Future framework launched by HP

The California-based tech company is honouring its university roots with a strategic framework...

International View all

jp.ik showcases Popup School solution in Africa

The convertible, modular Popup School was part of the Innovation Africa event held in Maputo, ...

Beyond edtech investment: global instructional shifts

Julia Freeland Fisher of the Christensen Institute looks at instructional shifts in teaching a...

Online Application Open for Ecole Poly's Bachelor Programme

2018-2019 online applications for admission to the three-year course are underway

FacilityLive Coding4Kids preparing children for the future

Mariuccia Teroni, Founder and Chair of FacilityLive, discusses coding in schools and how teach...

New app to teach Iranian children about sexual abuse

The Android app, Michka, takes the form of an e-book story designed to help kids talk to their...

University of Huddersfield in high-tech China link

Understanding the impact of climate change will be a key focus for a partnership with the Chen...

Kaltura reveals 135% increase in remote teaching and learning

An international survey of 1,000 respondents shows that the trend for remote teaching and lear...

First ever Islamic-world summit on science and technology

This historic event saw 56 Muslim countries pledge to increase investment in education, scienc...

People View all

New vision for teaching visually impaired students

The Royal Blind Society outlines how assistive technology could help transform pupils' educati...

Careers in the field of cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is arguably among the most in-demand fields of work in the world

The STEM commandments: Cel Robox

Charley Rogers talks to CEL Rebox's Grant McKenzie about UK STEM provision, and what developme...

Expert insight with Paul Croft: 3D printing

Charley Rogers catches up with The CREATE Education Project's Paul Croft to find out where it ...

The STEM commandments: WISE

Charley Rogers talks to WISE's Helen Wollaston and Gillian Arnold about UK STEM provision, and...

How can we introduce advanced technology into education?

Teaching digital skills to young people must be treated with equal importance, as English & ma...

Expert insight with Kristen Eddery: 3D printing

Charley Rogers catches up with Daemon 3D Print's Kristen Eddery to find out where it sits with...

On the record: video in the classroom

Howard Burton PhD, Founder and CEO of Open Agenda Publishing, talks about the use of video in ...

Primary View all

Minecraft improves communication skills at primary school

Julia Lawrence from London CLC explains how Minecraft and OpenCity helped students at Reay Pri...

The business of digital

The importance of LMS for a strong Digital Foundation

Academia and the University of Westminster

Academia For Education recently deployed a new mobile learning project with the University of ...

The efficiency and effectiveness of explainer videos

Finja Kruse, of mysimpleshow.com explores the science behind the effectiveness and efficiency ...

Fire Tech gets £660k investment for growth in tech education

Young people are set to benefit from £660k investment for Fire Tech, preparing them for the fu...

World wide Hwb: the case for a nationwide digital strategy

Maria Morgan, Head of E-Learning at Bishop Vaughan School talks to ET about Hwb, the digital l...

The journey to student-centred learning

Graham Glass, CEO of Cypher Learning, talks tech and how to use it to put students at the cent...

We need to talk about science: primary edition

Hilary Leevers, Head of Education and Learning at the Wellcome Trust, talks school science pro...

Product news View all

Developing the Maple T.A. LTI Connector

Maplesoft and the University of Birmingham Work Together to Develop the Maple T.A. LTI Connect...

Huddersfield Uni launch anti-violence computer games project

The £4.3m 'pro-social' project is aiming to reduce violence against women and children, and is...

Sparkol Launches VideoScribe 3

The fastest, easiest way to create engaging explainer videos on any subject

Size matters: AV in the classroom

Why the education industry needs to take screen size seriously

Kitronik's spooktastic Halloween costumes

Old fashioned chills are fashioned from a mix of modern tech in the new ZIP Halo project

pi-top launches new generation laptop

The modular laptop is a combination of hardware, software and tools, creating an electronic d...

OpenGenius set to launch iMindMap Kids

OpenGenius, creators of mind mapping software iMindMap, create new iMindMap Kids app

CleverBooks announces launch of geography app with AR

The app is aimed at the primary curriculum, and joins the ready-to-use geometry workbook in it...

Secondary View all

Tech for learning gets results

Chris Lickfold, Director of Learning for Tring School, reflects on the positive impact of tech...

Liverpool Girl Geeks launch national tech equality programme

InnovateHer is dedicated to encouraging girls ages 11-17 to pursue a career in technology

STEM day hosted by PPMA BEST to encourage next gen engineers

The charity is working with the Museum of Science and Industry, inviting Manchester schools to...

Over half of 18-24 year olds wish they had learned coding

70% of recent school leavers aged 18 to 24 say they wish they had been taught coding while the...

Brentwood School sets sights on Queen of Bots

The only UK all-girl student robotics team has been invited to compete in Chinese tv show, Kin...

The time is now for edtech in the classroom

How can the schools of 2017/18 be using technology to help improve teaching and learning?

Huawei Launches Authorised Information Network Academy

The programme at Barking and Dagenham College aims to cultivate ICT talent and help students b...

The role of the teacher in shaping the future of the world

While women account for just 9% of engineering and technology employees, teachers are ideally ...