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Universities coming on StREAM

Solutionpath's analytics software wins £775,000 of higher education contracts in one month

IRIS Software Group Acquires ParentMail

IRIS are building a world-class education software portfolio to deliver a step-change in schoo...

Digitech can transform the teaching of construction

Generation raised on gaming are ideally placed to benefit from immersive learning, says a new ...

Esports encourge skills development in education

Ricky Jennings of Fast Web Media talks the esports phenomenon and its foray into the education...

Future jobs require upskilling not robots

Rather than worrying about the automation of jobs, workers and students should focus on learni...

Custom Essay Writing Service by Writing Experts

Article submission has been widely accepted as the best mode to increase traffic to your websi...

Bridging the digital skills gap

Colin Mansell, co-founder of RED Academy, on how to turn today's students into tomorrow's tech...

Every cloud has a silver lining

Alex Mawson explains how schools can benefit from the adoption of cloud technology

E-safety View all

The case for cloud-hosted firewalls

ICT investments remain low, making strategic and financial network investments more critical n...

The GDPR and what it means for cyber security

Andrew Cormack, Chief Regulatory Adviser at Jisc, talks General Data Protection Regulation and...

YoungMinds encourage taking a break from smartphones

Cyber Aware is working with the mental health charity to encourage everyone to have a #techfre...

The future of online security teaching in schools

How do we protect children from the dangers of internet use?

How do we teach students about fake news?

A guide to safeguarding critical thinking in the digital and online world

New cyber security professionals developed by Cisco and NCSA

The University of South Wales' National Cyber Security Academy will work with Cisco to close t...

Protecting data: 7 security measures your institution needs

As data protection legislation gets tighter, schools need to become extra vigilant, says Aidan...

Fears of tech addiction in kids living 'digital childhood'

Internet is now more popular than TV and 25% of toddlers have their own media device, new rese...

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Shell's Bright Ideas Challenge returns for 2018

£45,000 of educational prizes are available for winning schools whose pupils create innovative...

The Edtech Podcast: with Erik Harrell, CEO of Kahoot!

#88: the penultimate edition of the ASU GSV Summit series

Expert line-up for 'Future of Learning' Event

The inaugural event will bring together cutting-edge thought leadership and inclusive debate t...

Wolverhampton experts feature at top US cyber security event 

The two staff members were invited to address delegates at the CyberMaryland 2017 conference

Immersive Labs introduces The Digital Cyber Academy

Game-changing training platform closes the skills gap through real-world training to identify ...

The Edtech Podcast: Australia and edtech

#87: the eighth edition of the ASU GSV summit

UB November issue out now

The November edition of University Business magazine, the property issue, is now available to ...

Partnership to engineer success

This just in: ITN Productions and IET have launched a current affairs-style programme to showc...

Higher education View all

Reflections on higher education in the UK

Jack Goodman, Founder and Executive Chair of Studiosity, reflects after 10 days of meetings, c...

Re-thinking the student of today

FutureLearn's Simon Nelson addresses the need for higher ed institutions to consider who their...

New work experience initiative launched by IET

The Institute of Engineering and Technology leads recommendations for a government-led nationa...

Harper Adams launch Holo-cow! learning tool

Holographic, interactive cows are being brought into the classroom thanks to the latest Mixed ...

Developing nations to receive free digital upgrades

Learners from developing nations given access to UK education through the Study UK campaign

MOOCs' massive potential

Despite coming a long way, we've still only just scratched the surface of what the massive ope...

School's out: reimagining education

With a huge global shortage in trained teachers - and 27 million more required by 2030 - to wh...

RED Academy launches tech and design courses

The full- and part-time courses are taught by industry professionals and imitate a real-world ...

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FacilityLive Coding4Kids preparing children for the future

Mariuccia Teroni, Founder and Chair of FacilityLive, discusses coding in schools and how teach...

New app to teach Iranian children about sexual abuse

The Android app, Michka, takes the form of an e-book story designed to help kids talk to their...

University of Huddersfield in high-tech China link

Understanding the impact of climate change will be a key focus for a partnership with the Chen...

Kaltura reveals 135% increase in remote teaching and learning

An international survey of 1,000 respondents shows that the trend for remote teaching and lear...

First ever Islamic-world summit on science and technology

This historic event saw 56 Muslim countries pledge to increase investment in education, scienc...

Hacker kids USA

57% of Americans think high school students are capable of hacking their school networks

Dartmouth College offers 3D printing and robotics

The famous Ivy League school has teamed up with Polish-Swedish startup Skriware to provide the...

App for improving student performance has positive impact

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

People View all

On the record: video in the classroom

Howard Burton PhD, Founder and CEO of Open Agenda Publishing, talks about the use of video in ...

Expert insight with Kristen Eddery: 3D printing

Charley Rogers catches up with Daemon 3D Print's Kristen Eddery to find out where it sits with...

The STEM commandments: Marija Butkovic

Charley Rogers talks to Women of Wearables' Marija Butkovic about UK STEM provision, and what ...

Young Software Engineer of the Year is St Andrews graduate

The Scottish software engineering awards were held in front of 450 guests from across the indu...

The STEM commandments: Irene Bell

Charley Rogers talks to Stranmillis University College's Irene Bell about UK STEM provision, a...

Expert insight with Jing Lu: 3D printing

Charley Rogers catches up with Black Country Atelier's Jing Lu to find out where it sits withi...

A Student? Know How to Save Your Precious Cash

A run-down of some of the most efficient approaches through which you can save some of your pr...

Educational routes into trading

Take a look at how you can embark on a career in this highly charged and constantly changing i...

Primary View all

Teaching code: beyond STEAM subjects

Founder of SAM Labs, Joachim Horn, looks at the importance of cross-curricular coding for stud...

Does the rise of AI precede the end of code?

Jason Cohen, Founder and CTO of WP Engine, on the future of software engineering and the likel...

Is the new maths curriculum adding up?

Brent Hughes, teacher trainer for Matific, on how the new maths curriculum should include gami...

University of London to modernise with Unit4 Business World

Unit4 Business World Finance, Research, Human Resources and Payroll will be hosted in a privat...

Using gaming to engage students in the classroom

Winston Poyton, Director at Capita SIMS, believes that schools can learn from games such as Mi...

Cohesive digital strategy needed in schools, says report

Issues around technology procurement, measurement and adoption prompt industry heavyweights to...

Bellevue Education chooses AccountsIQ and iSAMS solution

International schools group opts for affordable middle market Cloud accounting platform to mee...

Explorify seeks to help primary school science teaching

Primary schools currently spend less than 1.5 hours a week on subject, according to research f...

Product news View all

Putting engaging learning on the record at Huddersfield

The West Yorkshire university selects Roche AV to install Panasonic remote cameras and laser p...

Let's get physical - classroom hardware under the microscope

Simon Fry looks back at - and forward to - classroom technology developments

The impact of blended learning

Keri Beckingham looks at how it can transform today's classrooms, and explores how students an...

Using Technology to Increase Parental Engagement in Learning

Jay Staniforth discusses the benefits of using the whole-school communication app, Weduc

Free IP courses offered by PatSnap

The world's leading provider of R&D analytics have launched PatSnap Academy, a new online plat...

In conversation with BESA

How game-based learning and CLIL can improve pupils' outcomes

Why loaning IT doesn't have to be scary

Do you loan laptops to students? Or encourage BYOD? James Breakell, of D-Tech International, a...

Woobo launches educational AI robot for kids

'It's a learning launchpad and a talking puppy rolled into one,' claim the makers

Secondary View all

Huawei Launches Authorised Information Network Academy

The programme at Barking and Dagenham College aims to cultivate ICT talent and help students b...

The time is now for edtech in the classroom

How can the schools of 2017/18 be using technology to help improve teaching and learning?

Brentwood School sets sights on Queen of Bots

The only UK all-girl student robotics team has been invited to compete in Chinese tv show, Kin...

The role of the teacher in shaping the future of the world

While women account for just 9% of engineering and technology employees, teachers are ideally ...

Welsh learning technology company launches iBroadcast

Aspire 2Be's schools project aims to give pupils an insight into the world of broadcasting and...

HMC survey reveals pupils are rebelling against social media

HMC and Digital Awareness UK survey highlights that 63% of young people wouldn't mind if soci...

IoT challenge at Ada College supported by Deloitte

Sixth-form students were faced with real-world problems as part of the three-day challenge to ...

How to bridge the gap between business and FE education

Robert Dagge, Managing Director at Dynistics, talks big data and how information management ca...