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University of Birmingham choose Maple T.A.

Maple T.A. adopted campus-wide after creation of custom content for STEM courses

Bucks New Uni develops WW1 app with HEFCE grant

Students at Buckinghamshire New University get to grips with points of interest from the First...

UWE expands video tech to 500 courses

Video platform provides ideal support for pedagogical innovation

Infographic - The Impact of Student Response Solutions

Engagement Matters: The Impact of Response Technology on University Success

Online tracking of study habits could lead to better grades

Nearly half of students say they'd get better grades if universities tracked their study habit...

Growing universities' online business 

Distance learning is the future, says Professor Geoff Smith

Major funding boost for Brighton's engineering building

The University of Brighton receives £500,000 grant for specialist equipment

ISE 2017 - AV in education

This year's Integrated Systems Europe welcomes the addition of a dedicated education hall with...

The future of edtech - predictions for 2017

By Ash Merchant, Director of Education, Fujitsu

Digital, the driving force

Gavin Newman, Director at Ivent, explains how digital is a driving force for student recruitme...

Design firm partners with UWE to develop digital prototypes

International firm City ID will be working with the University of the West of England (UWE) to...

Show and tell

AV technology and digital signage have many uses in educational settings. Simon Fry shows the ...

FutureLearn offers full online degrees

FutureLearn and Deakin University the first to offer range of degrees delivered entirely on a ...

Learning through design, analytics and failure

'Failing successfully' is an effective way to learn, says Mike Sharples, Professor of Educatio...

Northumberland College starts build on £2.5M STEM Centre

The work is set to be completed by summer 2017

Staffordshire delivers cloud course to Indian students

Staffordshire University has teamed up with HE provider in India to deliver new masters progra...

Raspberry Pi and FutureLearn team up to launch MOOC

Two online courses for educators around the world, focusing on teaching computing and computat...

What does the future hold for online learning?

Ashley Wheaton, Principal at University College of Estate Management, explains all

Microsoft Azure, the transformational potential

Microsoft's 'Azure' enterprise cloud service brings multiple benefits for staff and learners i...

Jisc launches edtech startup comp

UK edtech industry ready for take-off with startups competition

Cyber Security in HE - it's not just an IT issue

Steve Knibbs, Head of Infrastructure Services at CoSector, urges why cyber security is such an...

Milton Keynes College launches e-learning access course 

The online access course will increase course capacity

New 3D sound 'Listening Room' gets £100,000 research grant

The state-of-the-art room is one of only four in the UK

Richie Hawtin delivers masterclass at Uni of Huddersfield

Richie Hawtin received an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Huddersfield in 2015

Why should we study online?

The future is bright for online education and there has never been a better time to study onli...

Sheffield launches engineering campaign

New campaign launched in Parliament to tackle shortage of UK engineers

Overcoming the technical challenges of BYOD in education

BYOD offers institutions new opportunities, but also plenty of challenges

£1.6m refurb unveiled at Leicester College

The Construction Technology Centre will provide students with a modern workspace and the lates...

The BYOD buzz

Keri Beckingham takes a look at what the expansion in BYOD means for universities, and the pot...

Five million sign-ups for FutureLearn

Five million people have signed up to study with social learning platform FutureLearn in just ...

Science centre hits the heights

Topping Out ceremony held at the University of Wolverhampton

What's next for edtech?

By Tony Gurney, Lecturer, School of Computing, University of the West of Scotland

Students don't want death by PowerPoint

Leeds Trinity University is harnessing the digital era to improve learning and teaching for st...

FutureLearn launches first aid MOOC

IFRC and FutureLearn partner to offer an introductory course on first aid skills to save the l...

Jisc and Elsevier team up to boost Open Science

Jisc Collections and Elsevier sign landmark UK agreement, securing access to research publicat...

New tech centre for Queen's University Belfast

The William Wright Technology Centre at Queen's School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering...

Getting up to speed with the digital native

Andy Alferovs from Kortext assesses why universities need to embrace technological change to k...

It's time to get digital

The digital landscape is more important than ever when it comes to building brand identity and...

Unit4 first company to offer full student admin capabilities

The software company provides a cloud Student Information System to more than 1,000 institutio...

Digital transformation to boost customer experience in HE

Stephen Morgan, Co-Founder of digital transformation business Squiz, looks at the issues