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University of Bath launches online master's programmes

The programmes in economics, computer science and entrepreneurship are set to launch next year...

University Technical College Cyber Security Group launched

The group will prepare students for a career in cyber security, as well as supporting teachers...

Can tech aid face-to-face interaction and group discussion?

SPONSORED: By Dan Shaw, Tutor at Strode College

FutureLearn and Australian uni to deliver online arts degree

The 'try before you buy' BA degree from the University of Newcastle, Australia, will be a full...

The 'phygital' experience

SPONSORED: Bridging the divide between the physical and digital student environment

UWE Bristol-based firms recognised for shake-up potential

The companies have been named among the 25 most 'disruptive' businesses in the South West. In ...

The benefits of API in higher education

Using application programming interfaces for managing information systems saves time, money, a...

BSc Computer Science programme launches introductory MOOCs

The 'taster MOOCs' for the programme at the University of London will prepare students for the...

Conquering the challenge of laptop loans at AUR

SPONSORED: James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International, looks at the company's involvement i...

Learning analytics provision to boost student experience

The world's first national learning analytics service is tipped to enhance academic success, a...

Huddersfield recognised for its games provision

The university's games hub has been shortlisted in the annual Transfuzer competition

Online entrepreneurial courses launched

CIEE pioneers eLab to teach postgraduates essential business start-up skills

Vodafone UK launches initiatives to expand digital skills

The new mentoring and education programmes combine study and hands-on training in a bid to bet...

How integrated technologies can improve learning

Carlo Alberto Tenchini, of Sharp Europe, outlines the benefits of interactive displays, video ...

MOOCs: Paradise lost?

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) seemed to herald a utopian era of free web-based education...

Engineering a brighter future for the UK

The forthcoming New Model in Technology & Engineering is set to help education get the radical...

Cyber attacks on colleges and unis: who, when and why?

Data collected by Jisc about attacks on the national research and education network, Janet, ra...

Are your library facilities letting your university down?

Sponsored: James Breakell, of D-Tech International, on how facilities impact a student's choic...

Exploring the impact of STEM

Research from Randstad reveals the positive impact of STEM on the UK's economy, and why encour...

Where are the blended learning champions?

A look at blended learning across the uni, college and school sectors to find out how deep the...

Scotland's first Fintech Skills Academy launches in Fife

In response to the growth of the Fintech sector, a new academy has been launched to offer affo...

Improving the learner experience for FE students

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

CoSector - UoL form new partnership with Blackboard Ally

Sponsored: CoSector - University of London are introducing the tool that helps education secto...

Challenges to implementing new tech in teacher education

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

Only 41% of students feel prepared for digital workplace

A survey from Jisc shows that although a majority of students believe digital skills to be imp...

AHRC funds Industries Cluster Programme for Bristol and Bath

Universities in Bristol and Bath are to come together to develop local area's inclusive innova...

Winds of change blow through University of Sussex

The institution's engineering students harnessed the elements to get their wind-powered vehicl...

Are your library facilities letting your university down?

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

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

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

Embedding edtech in your teaching practice

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

Will AI make exams and traditional universities redundant?

In his new book, Sir Anthony Seldon prophesises the end of traditional HE education, thanks to...

VR degrees: now a reality

Dedicated degrees in emerging VR technology commence at London College of Communication

Why virtual queue management is a great tool for HE

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

South-West institutions picking up good vibrations

VSimulators at the Universities of Exeter and Bath will bring a new precision to the developme...

Quality, safety, compliance and data solutions in education

Sponsored: ZetaSafe enables Estate, Asset, Facilities and Health & Safety Managers to protect ...

Why women are still shying away from STEM

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

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...

Minimising the growth of the networking budget

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

Arden offers more options for vocational learners

The online university has embarked on a joint venture with Digital Native UK to deliver degree...

Learning without borders: online education on the rise

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