The Royal Hospital School welcome East Anglian schools to the Royal Academy for the event in November
In the second in our series, Steve Wright finds out if schools and universities always need to go after expensive new tech, or if they can learn to better harness what they already have?
Coursera for Campus offers more than 3,600 courses to help learners prepare for a world of AI and automation
The Department for Education and Nesta have launched the Edtech Innovation Testbed, matching schools and colleges to edtech products
The government's digital strategy predicts that 90% of jobs will require digital skills by 2040
Teaching teachers to teach online is an ATHE Level 4 qualification aimed at educators looking to enhance CPD and online teaching skills
The concept of machine learning and the benefits it can offer across the education spectrum has become a key talking point among technologists in recent years. But what actually is machine learning and where can it truly have an impact for both teachers and learners? Jo Ruddock finds out
Today marks the inaugural DQ Day, part of a worldwide initiative to set global standards for digital intelligence
In the first in our series, Steve Wright finds out if schools and universities always need to go after expensive new tech, or if they can learn to better harness what they already have?
Jisc and Wiley are collaborating on a million-page collection on the history of science, slated to go online in March
The sector is seen as predominately white and unsupportive towards women which may be discouraging members of Generation Z from pursuing a digital career
Charley Rogers speaks to founder and CEO of financial edtech startup Blackbullion, Vivi Friedgut, about the cost of studying and why edtech and its unicorns can give fintech a run for its money
An update on learning analytics and how to use them, debunking machine learning, and whether social media belongs in the classroom
Promethean’s State of Technology in Education report reveals that over twice as many respondents identified a focus on ‘delivering educational benefits through technology’ as last year
How are data analytics improving education and how can you harness them most effectively? Hazel Davis reports…
The research, conducted on behalf of TechnologyOne, shoes that university students are most concerned with a trustworthy and consistent digital flow of information
From its early days as a contact board for university students to its global takeover, is social media’s ever-expanding influence to include formal education welcome? Charley Rogers finds out.
In the last in our series, Steve Wright finds out how edtech in the developing world is advancing and driving educational change.
Tech, digital and innovation take the lead in a new report from Google for Education citing eight leading global education trends
The Education Forum returns in November as the essential event for education procurement professionals
Over half of the respondents to the same survey, conducted by CWJobs, say that schools don’t teach enough tech specialisms
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