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University launches world's first AI career coach

Federico Frattini, from MIP Politecnico di Milano, outlines the benefits of FLEXA, an AI learn...

Smart glasses allow real-time classroom analytics

A recent report has shown that the use of AI in the classroom through smart glasses can help t...

Leading German university hosts video-games conference

Harz University of Applied Sciences to host conference to inspire the games designers and digi...

Social Innovation Competition 2018 announces semi-finalists

Projects from all over Europe have been created to address social innovation through technolog...

A double graduate life in Germany

Two of the country's universities are twinning graduate study with valuable experience in the ...

BESA to co-host new show in Vietnam

The March 2019 event is intended to showcase the best British suppliers to the education marke...

American university offers Blockchain accreditation

Southern New Hampshire University to award graduates Bachelor and Associate degrees as Blockce...

Haitian students set for a Jamf-packed future

The company's innovation pod offers access to iPads and digital curriculum for pupils on the C...

Arctic research brought live to classrooms across the globe

Students around the world sent questions directly to scientists about their work on microplast...

How edtech is affecting education in 2018

Infographic: Edtech Denmark share their insights into the most popular edtech for this year

Junior Solar Sprint teaches students about renewable energy

The annual competition in California sees middle school students battle it out to go to the na...

Honorary doctorate speech broadcast live from space

The astronaut Andrew Feustel was awarded the honourary degree by Purdue University whilst work...

Collabco and Heriot-Watt deliver globalised learning

Globalisation and digitisation can run in tandem argues Adam Smith, Business Development Manag...

What's preventing innovation in education?

Technology has yet to make a major inroad in the education industry, but that could all be abo...

Learning to make a world of difference

Social and emotional learning is central to education's future, says SMART Technologies' Peter...

Top five trends in edtech

By CEO of JumpStart Games, David Lord

Next Billion Edtech Prize awarded to UK's Chatterbox

Dubai's GESF conference hosted the new tech prize, recognising edtech start-ups making an impa...

New global content-sharing hub for teachers

IB and non-IB teachers alike can now collaborate thanks to a new free content-sharing hub laun...

Young entrepreneurs convene for London Hackathon

The event saw students from several top secondary schools in the UK hosted by the University o...

Edtech venture aids access to quality education in India

Zzish is partnering with children's charity, VITAL, to help democratise access to learning for...

World's largest blockchain technology pilot launches

15 academic institutions representing 400,000 students are taking part in the new digital docu...

Now open: WISE Accelerator program submissions

Among many other benefits, the one-year program connects participants to an international netw...

WISE 2017: co-exist, co-create: living and working together

ET editor Charley Rogers reflects on the eighth annual WISE summit's message, and how edtech p...

MSU's Digital Scholarship Lab first of its kind in the US

The state-of-the-art DSL, which includes a 360-degree immersive visualization room, will open ...

New AI graduate degree programme from Ecole Polytechnique

The programme, entitled Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Visual Computing, is open to both...

École Polytechnique releases new STEM movie

The short film entitled 'A lifetime of science' encourages girls to pursue a career in science...

Technion preparing students for digital revolution

The Israel Institute of Technology, Technion, leads the world in providing students with digit...

Edtech venture Zzish extends formative assessment platform

The move is intended to help Ministries of Education in developing countries increase accounta...

EKB offers a blueprint for smart nations

Sponsored: Wiley and Kortext partner with the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB) to grow the world'...

13 new grants for virtual exchange from Stevens Initiative

The Initiative's programmes are connecting young people in the United States, the Middle East,...

Beyond edtech investment: global instructional shifts

Julia Freeland Fisher of the Christensen Institute looks at instructional shifts in teaching a...

jp.ik showcases Popup School solution in Africa

The convertible, modular Popup School was part of the Innovation Africa event held in Maputo, ...

Online Application Open for Ecole Poly's Bachelor Programme

2018-2019 online applications for admission to the three-year course are underway

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...