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App for improving student performance has positive impact

The app, developed by Swinburne University in Australia, may predict future academic performan...

Africa wins with Edtech

Can edtech and affordable internet access create opportunities for Africa?

Driven to succeed

Sophie Beyer interviews Singapore's Minister of Education about coding's route into schools

The future of schooling

Mark S. Steed, Director of JESS, Dubai, discusses disruptive innovation and the future of glob...

Wise innovation in education projects to be recognised

Three UK education initiatives shortlisted for WISE awards in Qatar

Could 250m children become literate without teachers?

Elon Musk funded Global Learning XPRIZE competition could prove revolutionary for education - ...

Huawei and Edinburgh announce joint lab opening

The collaboration is for distributed data management and processing

How translation software can help schools

Schools up and down the country are dependent on the children themselves to communicate with t...

What did I learn at ASU GSV Summit 2017?

The Edtech Podcast's Sophie Bailey talks to ET about her experiences at the international edte...

The latest edtech from Utah

What Sophie Bailey, from The Edtech Podcast learned at the ASU GSV edtech summit

The UAE and technological change through education

A new development project in the United Arab Emirates will address economic and technological ...

Singapore Government provides platform for education

Sophie Beyer finds education sector supported by digital agency HIVE

Edtech helps Singapore become a Smart Nation

Government wants Edtech to be key part of Singapore's future, finds Sophie Beyer

MIT's Curious Learning takes literacy learning global

The Curious Learning tablets are are currently being used by over 4,000 children in eight coun...

Edtech trends to look out for in 2017

With the right funding, the education industry will continue to make headway on its path to di...

OU and Save the Children team up

The Open University and Save the Children announce new partnership to raise education standard...

Brand new international e-Assessment Awards programme launch

The e-Assessment Association announced the launch of an awards programme to celebrate the use ...

Online learning to lead education by 2025

EMEA education professionals feel funding is the biggest inhibitor to a more positive future f...

Edtech in Africa, go large or go home

We have opportunity and expertise in Africa to produce content that can reach people from incr...

International tech link-up for Cranfield

Cranfield University launches new partnership in technology leadership with Muscat and Aston U...

Help shape next 100 years of education

HundrED, invites educators around the world to share their innovations and ideas for transform...

How to nano-print the human brain...

Meso-Brain initiative receives funding to replicate brain's neural networks through 3D nano-pr...

2016 WISE Awards Finalists revealed

Fifteen projects chosen for their innovative and impactful approaches to today's most urgent e...

White House science fair adds extra STEM boost

President Obama has hosted the sixth and final White House Science Fair of his administration

How MOOCs are used around the world

New study on MOOCs in developing countries reveals half of users receive certification

The rise of Asian edtech

The rise of Asia has been well recorded, but the undercurrents within education and training a...

King's Ely develop MOOC for schools across Europe

King's Ely is only school in Britain to take part in Erasmus Plus online learning programme

OECD report says schools not taking advantage of tech

A new approach needed to deliver on technology's potential in schools, according to OECD PISA ...

Bringing the benefits of iCE to life

Thomas Jefferson University's Janice Bogen explains the thinking behind the Interactive Curric...

Solar-powered projectors for African schools

Onebillion unveils solar-powered project to transform education for Malawian children

MOOCs continue global growth

FutureLearn grows its global presence with its first Japanese partner, and leading names from ...

Eton experience for Chinese students

Eton announces EtonX, a joint venture offering online learning to students in China

Africa's digital gender gap

eLearning Africa Report reveals opportunities slipping through Africa's digital gender gap

Accessible curriculum through edtech

New Zealand School leading the way with accessible curriculum through Chromebooks and Read&Wri...

How to solve the Digital Divide in European edtech

By Charles McIntyre, CEO of IBIS Capital and Co-Founder, EdTech Europe

ICT boosts growth but teachers reluctant to change

ICT is the key to improving education across Africa, but there is still widespread reluctance ...

Experts share best autism practices with India

UK experts are calling for stronger links with India to develop best autism practices that are...

Microlearning with UnlockYourBrain

Mobile micro learning app UnlockYourBrain has launched an independent academic study to show u...

Rosetta Stone and Acesse in new deal

Rosetta Stone accelerates its education business by providing language-learning solutions via ...

Big data launch in Amsterdam

The University of Amsterdam is starting a research project on the use of big data within compa...