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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...

Open goal for universities in China

Web searches and social media are so important in China due to an expressive culture based on ...

UK delivers e-learning to Kenya

The UK'€™s Department for International Development is to partner with the private sector to d...

Portugal combats cloud tech skills gap

A new partnership between Portugal Telecom and Beira Interior University aims to combat the cl...

This time it'€™s personal

Reutlingen University in Baden-Württemberg, southern Germany, uses personal learning to increa...

Enhancing language learning through tech

Rosetta Stone'€™s Vice President Donavan Whyte outlines the benefits of technology in the lang...

Chinese universities join MOOC market

UK-based social learning platform, FutureLearn, will partner with Shanghai Jiao Tong Universit...

FutureLearn spreads global reach

FutureLearn welcomes seven new university partners as it grows line-up offering free online co...

Breaking boundaries

Sean Gardner looks at how 'social education'€™ can help prospective international students to ...

Futurelearn expands to The Netherlands

The University of Groningen is the latest international institution to offer free online cours...

Kids PlayLive to improve French

EducationCity launches PlayLive French, an interactive quiz to support primary schools teachin...

Closer Australian-Japanese ties boost

Universities Australia is backing the push by the Federal Government to accelerate university ...

Monash unveils first free online courses

Learners from around the world can register to learn about Creative Coding and The Science of ...

New Zealand embraces edtech

Mark Dashper, facilitator for faculty of education at the University of Auckland, tells us abo...

Online tutoring market booms

An online tutoring service is now facilitating hundreds of tutorials each month, reflecting gr...

ISE day three: Lasers and video for HE

Rebecca Paddick visited the Prism stand at ISE where Laser Phospor Displays (LPD) are proving ...

Kids get creative with book app

Australian company Bizzibrains has launched the I imagine book app, with its interactive story...

CourseSmart links up with Nasseej

Digital content services company has joined with Naseej, a knowledge solutions provider in the...

Beyond the borders of distance learning

Learners of today expect instant delivery of content, with rapid and seamless upload regardles...