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Kids print city with 3D tech

The use of technology in schools has been boosted with 3D printing breaking new ground, giving...

App initiative to be rolled out

Apps for Good is launching a fellows programme to supplement its work introduction students to...

VLE success at City of Liverpool College

A growing number of students are benefiting from The City of Liverpool College's state-of-the-...

Casio Projectors launches the Core

Casio is launching a brand new model designed to make its Laser & LED Hybrid light source tech...

Frog unveils primary school partners

Frog Education has launched a range of new partnerships that will provide more support for pri...

Lights, camera,€“ action!

Research indicates that 1 in 5 teachers are considering flipping their classroom, so how are e...

Phones for four-year-olds this Christmas

New survey finds that children as young as four will get a mobile phone this Christmas, as par...

SMART Interactive Board 885ix2

Combining the simplicity of a whiteboard with the power of a computer, and lets you deliver dy...

Just say pen

Sal McKeown looks at how some learners with special needs might benefit from a new text-to-spe...

Hitting the right mark

MP offer a subtle yet confident branding message, underpinning the values of any organisation:...

Dedicated to broadband

David Tindall discusses what schools are looking for in a broadband provider and how Schools B...

App puts students in the know

Innovative web app ‘Student Knowledge’ launched to help students and young people navigate...

Deep Freeze costs

The education sector can reduce IT costs and increase productivity with Faronics Deep Freeze f...

Swipe for feedback

An app which triples feedback to students and halves grading time for teachers launches in the...

An IT phenomenon

Toby Skerritt, Head of Consultancy Services, Foundation IT, explains all about Virtual Desktop...

NAS: Intelligent Storage

The challenges posed by increasing data creation do not just centre on where to store it, but ...

Canvas expand MOOC offering

Instructure has unveiled a suite of more than 15 MOOCs for teachers, students and parents on i...

Instant interactivity

Get the classroom involved with Epson'€™s first ultra-short-throw finger-touch interactive pro...

School gets super-fast Wi-Fi

Schools are bypassing old Wi-Fi technology and refreshing their estate to include the new 802....

New e-learning platform for schools

EducationCity has launched a brand new version of its educational platform mapped to meet the ...

School tests out free IT supplies

Hobletts Manor Junior has received £50,000 worth of free IT equipment as part of a new schools...

When a plan comes together

The School Planner Company has now launched a brand new online diary and communication system,...

Resources for social media in schools

The Education Foundation and Facebook have teamed up to build a new toolkit for teachers using...

STEM bursary for UK students

Sagentia Group is inviting applications for its STEM bursary scheme from eligible students in ...

Compass launches self-assessment

Compass Computer Consultants launches ProSAR to help colleges streamline the self-assessment o...

College saves big online

South Staffordshire College saves big on its IT budgets with online benchmarking application K...

Getting to grips with Gorilla Glass

Dr. David Loeber from Corning LargeCover Glass, explains how Gorilla Glass is enhancing the fu...

Help is at hand for primary schools

EducationCity has launched its new computing module to help Key Stages 1 and 2 meet the new na...

Improving literacy with LEGO

School children can overcome literacy struggles with new online learning tool LEGO Education S...

World Cup set to help kids read

The National Literacy Trust and author Tom Palmer have developed a free World Cup toolkit for ...

It'€™s a bubble, but not as we know it

Multi-sensory technology that creates soap bubbles, which can have images projected onto them ...

Coders go head-to-head

Tech enthusiasts from across Europe took part in an international 24-hour competition at this ...

Through the mists of time

A tabletop display with personal screens made from a curtain of mist will be unveiled at an in...

Ofsted ready at the touch of a button

A new online approach to assist primary school head teachers’ meet Ofsted requirements has b...

Just what the doc ordered

Simon Fry puts the Ipevo VZ-1 HD VGA/USB Dual Mode Document Camera through its paces

Education Show opens in Birmingham

Rebecca Paddick arrives at the NEC in Birmingham with a plan to head straight to the new edtec...

Is a problem shared a cost halved?

Is collective purchasing the missing link to reducing overheads and how can advances in techno...

Top apps to help primary pupils

Laura Celada and Holly Seddon from Quibly run through 10 of the best learning apps for KS1 and...

Taking control of your HR and Payroll

HR software provider Carval says that academies and colleges are opting to manage their Human ...

A 3D future

Paul Croft, director at UltimakerGB, explains how 3D printing will transform the education sec...