‘An altogether better place to learn’: Immersive learning at Shireland

Charley Rogers visits Shireland Collegiate Academy to view their immersive room, and to learn about their innovative approach to edtech and a flexible curriculum

A tangled web: online filtering in academia

Despite concerns over intellectual freedom, Nelson Ody insists that internet filtering can be a positive for both staff and students

A call to live classier lives

Following the announcement of A-Level results, CIMA proposes a change in the narrative around exams so that lifelong learning becomes the norm

Derby student creates diabetic pump with 3D printing

Robbie Cooper used 3D printing and laser cutting technology to design and build an insulin pump for diabetics

More support needed to continue computer science improvement

On GCSE results day, the number of computer science entries are encouraging, but we still need more support for teachers and pupils, experts say

Localising eLearning: why culture means as much as language

Julie Giguere, MD of translation agency Asian Absolute, explains why localised online learning is about more than accurate translation

The September issue of UB magazine is out now!

The September edition of University Business, the back to uni issue, is now available to view online, for free

Data security and best practice for GDPR

David T. Blonder, DPO at BlackBerry, discusses how schools and universities can work to ensure vigilance in the face of GDPR for the new academic year

Children’s online behaviour displays worrying trends

LGfl survey gives startling insight into online behaviour of 7-16 year olds