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University of Aberdeen to implement Unit4 Student Management

The technology will make the University of Aberdeen a truly digital campus

Unis of Stirling and Heriot-Watt collaborate for science

Universities of Stirling and Heriot-Watt launches a new joint undergraduate degree programme t...

Warwick launches £19m cross-department student space

The brand new teaching and learning facility at the University of Warwick is now open to staff...

ASK THE EXPERT: What does the future hold for MOOCs?

By Syed Munib Hadi, Head of Academic Innovation Hub at the University of Derby

Optimism out of the Brexit gloom

Our HE sector still has lots to look forward to finds Hannah Oakman, at this year's HE Show at...

What students really think about using a VLE

CoSector, University of London, finds out how undergraduate students really use Virtual Learni...

Stirling computer scientist among leading women in STEM

Professor Carron Shankland to receive Suffrage Science award at Bletchley Park

Improving assessment tools, marking and feedback in HE

By Richard Havinga, E-Learning Solutions Architect, CoSector - University of London

EdTech Podcast #27, personalised learning and AI

This week, EdTech Podcast's Sophie Bailey interviews Dr Rose Luckin from the UCL Knowledge Lab...

Creative coding key to design

Creative coding is essential for pushing design boundaries, say UCA experts

How tech can make university dropouts a thing of the past

As tuition fees steadily rise, so do students' expectations. Here's what universities can do t...

How to avoid being a digital dinosaur

Parts of the university sector are seriously behind the curve on the use of technology to driv...

Abertay's serious game boosts cybercrime-fighting

Abertay University team up with Police Scotland to help tackle cybercrime

Boost for Bucks New from Unit4

Buckinghamshire New University improves student experience with digital student management fro...

Students risk data security

Intel Security reveals that students continue to risk their data security but are eager to lea...

Can you AV it at all?

Nicola Yeeles looks at how the latest AV technology is transforming learning environments on c...

The secret ingredient to enhancing video on campus

Exterity's CEO Colin Farquhar explains why the benefits of integrating video and digital signa...

Warwick and IBM tackle cyber security

University of Warwick and IBM join forces to deliver cyber security skills of the future

FutureLearn launches Parliament MOOC

UK Parliament partners with FutureLearn to open the doors on the political establishment

Do smartphones hold the key to the door?

Jonathan Moxham asks, is the student accommodation sector ready for 'mobile' access control?

Launch of free online course in public leadership

MOOC from Open University Business School and FutureLearn is new asset for aspiring leaders

Abertay exhibition to explore alternative games

Games that explore alternative concepts of play are featured in a new exhibition opening at Ab...

Will Brexit impact UK university research?

OCF MD Julian Fielden discusses the likelihood of Brexit having an impact on university-based ...

Wolverhampton invest in engineering with new simulators

The University of Wolverhampton has invested £100,000 in state-of-the-art flight and track sim...

Streaming tech for Surrey students

University of Surrey offers state-of-the-art live streaming of highly specialised course mater...

Time for a change?

By Chris Davies, Director for Transformational Change, Tribal

Student Innovation winners make edtech inventions a reality

With edtech set to be the biggest and most profitable digitalised sector yet, could these winn...

Why engineering know-how is vital for our future leaders

By Nigel Fine, Chief Executive of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

Hull's historical heroes are brought back to life

Computer science students have been bringing a bit of Hollywood to Hull

Birmingham City students impress with revolutionary app

An innovative university course sees students creating a drone-racing app to rival Pokemon Go

Turning learning on its head

Universities are embracing the flipped-classroom approach to encourage greater collaboration a...

A duty of care

Why data security must be a priority for UK education

Tech-savvy learning spaces

The new technology ready to welcome the 2016 intake

Seven ways bots will change the student experience

Derren Nisbet looks at how bots will alter a student's time at university

Making the most of mobile in lectures

Lumi's Jon Fowler looks at how lecturers can out-smart the smartphone and engage students on t...

University Clearing? Avoiding the telephony crunch

By Daryl Pile, Director, Public Sector, Gamma

Flipping the learning experience for science students

Dr Martin Khechara, Uni of Wolverhampton, discusses how the flipped classroom enhances the lea...

All Crestron great or small

Crestron's audio-visual solution helps set the University of Surrey's new £45m Vet School apar...

Tech over paper for student welcome apps

UK universities are leading the way by using specifically tailored apps provided by mobile app...

New MOOC academic credit launched with OU and FutureLearn

Open University Business School first in Europe to offer credits through MOOCs on FutureLearn ...