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UCL ransomware attack, industry comment

Last week, University College London was hit by a major ransomware attack which brought down i...

The new approach to learning and development

Nearly half of businesses are not making the most of the education technology available, new d...

Less than half of students know how personal data is used

A new study found that the majority don't know how their university/college uses their persona...

#WannaCry attack, a cyber-security lesson for HE

Going hand in hand with user vigilance is the need to ensure that infrastructure and user guid...

Learning analytics, organising the organisation

Collected data helps to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of organisations, helping to...

Data protection is changing and HE must be prepared

Kerry Beynon, partner at Acuity Legal and data protection expert, shares her expert tips ahea...

Young people at risk of making snap decisions about future

Students and graduates are letting Snapchats from friends influence them when thinking about t...

How online tech can encourage global engagement in UK HE

Online learning allows academics to share knowledge without geographical barriers holding them...

Education strikes back with data backup and recovery

The recent Wanna Cry ransomware attack left the education sector reeling. Protecting data agai...

On the high seas of HE, don't be held to ransom

Universities are ripe targets for cybercriminals, says Robert Stoneman, education analyst at G...

Preventing a cyber attack on campuses

An event similar to the recent NHS attack could bring a university campus to its knees, says G...

Universities, the cloud, and student engagement

Matthew Mannion at the University of Warwick talks managing systems and how the cloud can aid ...

Supercomputer speeds up research at Bristol

The University of Bristol will now benefit from one of the fastest supercomputing facilities i...

How can the WannaCry virus hurt HE?

Probrand's Mark Lomas outlines the key steps a higher education organisation can take to prepa...

Nottingham Trent gets even more green

Focus Consultants have been hired to help build the start of Nottingham's sustainable Creativi...

Surrey Uni to make interactive paper

The humble piece of paper is about to undergo some drastic changes

Could technology save our students?

Phil Richards, Chief Innovation Officer at Jisc, discusses how technology could monitor and im...

Getting online can help global engagement in HE

Professor Helen O'Sullivan explains how online technology can encourage global engagement in U...

Digital innovations in food

By The Russell Partnership's Prof David Russell

Freelance technology essay writing service

Guest post: Writing Academy has the solution for those who struggle with writing

Bucks New University's psychology students work with VR

Virtual reality technology which measures eye-movements while patients interact with the envir...

Lights, camera, education

Jon Walmsley on how to incorporate video into teaching and learning to enhance the classroom e...

Is HE a target for cyber attacks?

Universities provide a happy hunting ground for ransomware attacks, says Sarah Janes, managing...

Lessons from the NHS ransomware calamity

In fundamentally open environments such as university campuses, the risk of a cyber attack is ...

WannaCry no more

Andy Norton, Risk Officer, EMEA, at SentinelOne, explains how we can protect HE from similar N...

Aiding admin

Technological innovation is vital in keeping today's universities ahead, and new developments ...

Why edtech investment should move up the HE priority list

Do budget squeezes mean less spending on technology in higher education?

Can the UK's confidence issues be addressed through online

Participating in online courses may in fact increase both career and personal wellbeing

The rise of 4K in HE

2017 has seen a turning point with manufacturers including Casio entering the market with acce...

Cyber security worth '£60m in salaries' in NI

Queen's prof reveals that cyber security industry is on course to generate salaries of £60 mil...

Higher fees mean higher student expectations...

Could the recent bill be a wake-up call rather than just a chance to hike up fees asks Peter E...

The bad guys are organised, so we have to be too

If the events of the last week have highlighted one thing, it's that the biggest challenges fa...

Infographic: Technology and Education

Facts and figures on tech in the classroom

FutureLearn and Groningen Uni re-think Europe beyond the EU

University of Groningen's course 'European Culture and Politics' starts on 1st May 2017 

Welsh universities announce supercomputing research facility

A new £15m supercomputing programme of investment has been announced by universities across Wa...

Meaningfully connecting

How can universities make their content stand out and not get lost in the sea of content on th...

Curator educators: being a teacher in the information age

With all the information you could want freely available online, what role remains for educato...

Airbus names 'Fly Your Ideas 2017' competition finalists

The five finalist teams - from Australia, France, Hong Kong, Nigeria and the UK - will fly to ...

Durham launches online MBA

Durham University Business School launches its new online MBA experience

The pros and cons of proposed two-year undergraduate degrees

Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research & Innovation, recently sugge...