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Blogs

Primary

Gamification - still a hot trend in education?

Carl Sheen, of Genee World, discusses how gamification has developed in education, and how it ...

Business

How bright is the future looking for EdTech?

Despite an increased uptake of educational technology in UK schools, the funding crisis holds ...

Secondary

Reducing the fear of failure via 3D printing

3D printing encourages users to explore alternatives and rework problems, better preparing pup...

Secondary

Digital schools: a how-to guide

Naimish Gohil, Founder & CEO at Satchel, discusses digital transformation in schools, and why ...

Business

Refurbished IT: a budget-friendly option

Managing hardware infrastructure by trading in old hardware, or purchasing refurbished kit, ca...

Secondary

More creative subjects needed to deliver industrial strategy

A broader curriculum, including arts, design, and music as well as STEM subjects, will create ...

Higher education

Improving the learner experience for FE students

Sponsored: Sarah Knight, Head of Change - Student Experience at Jisc, talks Connect More event...

People

Can classroom tech address the STEM shortage?

Through collaboration and inspiration, it can, says Pat Finlayson, Senior Project Manager, Edu...

Secondary

How tech can revolutionise learning - but not how we expect

Alex Beard, Author of Natural Born Learners, discusses international approaches to education, ...

Higher education

Challenges to implementing new tech in teacher education

Jo Byrd, Lecturer in PrimaryEducation at the University of Derby, discusses the challenges of ...

People

Visual methods of learning in the digital age

By Matt Pierce, Learning & Video Ambassador, TechSmith

Product news

Speaking up on the future of education

Pindrop's Nikolay D. Gaubitch on how voice technology could change the world of teaching

People

Preparing the younger generation for the future workplace

"The world belongs to digital natives," says Ash Merchant, Education Director at Fuj...

E-safety

10 inexpensive ways to vanquish cyber spies in education

"Addressing the cyber threat is imperative for schools and universities," says Micha...

Higher education

Are your library facilities letting your university down?

SPONSORED: D-Tech International, looks at the impact library facilities have on a student's ch...

Higher education

Preparing today's business school graduates with AI know-how

"The future is artificial intelligence; we should embrace it now," writes Simon Blun...

Higher education

Embedding edtech in your teaching practice

Nigel Smith, MD of Courses and Learning at FutureLearn, explains how teachers can bring online...

E-safety

Preventing children from slipping through the net

NordVPN offers eight tips for staying safe online

Events

Collaboration is the name of the game

Andrew Nye, of Cambridge Assessment English, says this year's Brains Eden illustrated why lear...

International

Finnish learning on a high note

Linda Storey, director at Echo360, finds that the widespread adoption of edtech is a key facto...

Events

App development challenge brings student ideas to life

Jisc's development competition resulted in unexpected highs as students went above and beyond ...

People

Social media mental health epidemic

Adele Bannister, Online Safety Expert at Smoothwall, discusses how government, tech companies ...

Secondary

Why fast WiFi and surveillance is a necessity in UK schools

Paul Routledge, Country Manager at D-Link, talks us through why these technologies are essenti...

Product news

Five ways 4G LTE technology is driving change in education

By Roger Billings, global solutions architect at Cradlepoint

E-safety

Schools can help prevent pupils becoming caught in the net

Elijah Lawal, Google UK's Online Safety Communications Manager, outlines five core areas of on...

Primary

Five tips for active learning classroom design

From fluid spaces to flipped classrooms, British Gypsum share their views on how best to desig...

Secondary

Can edtech reinvent the classroom?

Catherine Whitaker, CEO at EtonX, believes it might

Secondary

Considerations on the future development of GCSE leavers

Jo Sellick, MD, Sellick Partnership, discusses the pros of a technical education, and why our ...

Primary

Localising eLearning: why culture means as much as language

Julie Giguere, MD of translation agency Asian Absolute, explains why localised online learning...

Secondary

Tech-ing a leap with pre-university distance learning

James Higgins at Bonas MacFarlane Education talks the broad strokes of edtech, and why it's ke...

Product news

Why You Need to Tailor Your EdTech Investment

Sponsored: Promethean's Peter Millar discusses five key considerations you should make ahead o...

Higher education

Why virtual queue management is a great tool for HE

Vanessa Walmsley, MD at Qmatic, discusses how queue management technology can improve the stud...

People

Will edtech benefit from Hinds' bite?

Damian Hinds' call to industry for an education tech revolution is fantastic news - but school...

E-safety

Why WiFi is a prevalent issue for schools

Paul Routledge, Country Manager at D-Link, discusses the importance of safeguarding and securi...

Higher education

Why women are still shying away from STEM

Amy Maurer, Environmental Science & Chemistry Teacher, discusses the responsibilities educator...

Higher education

Practising what you teach at the University of Sheffield

Sponsored: D-Tech International's James Breakell on Sheffield Uni's success in the QS rankings...

Higher education

Minimising the growth of the networking budget

Sponsored: Techbuyer's Tim Phillips on the cost savings to the networking budget realised by 3...

Higher education

Learning without borders: online education on the rise

Elliot Gowans, Senior VP International, D2L, discusses the benefits of online learning, and ho...

E-safety

Logging hours: how long should kids spend online?

Online safety expert, Mark Bentley, discusses screen-time hygiene and how teachers and parents...

E-safety

Schools must secure their endpoints

Sponsored: The growing sophistication of attacks means keeping up to date with methods is now ...