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New website helps Loughborough launch

Leicester marketing agency helps Loughborough University launch a new campus in London with th...

The language of music

Birmingham City University launches new software training computers to better understand the l...

Project based learning at Anglia Ruskin

Anglia Ruskin University is targeting growth through a new training drive to boost skills behi...

Filling the void

Laurie Miles, Head of Analytics at SAS UK & Ireland, explains how industry and academia are pa...

New national Jisc data centre

Specialist data centre provider, Infinity, secures five-year framework agreement with Janet, t...

Bristol boosts student experience

City of Bristol College to improve student engagement and retention with portfolio of Compass ...

Transforming the classroom

Nesta invests in education technology set to help young people with autism and a range of lear...

Oxford goes digital

Project implementing OpenScape Voice and UC, set to enable new ways of working across the Univ...

Boost for tech enhanced learning

The 7th UCISA Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) for higher education offers a long ...

Innovation through KTPs at Huddersfield

Seven Knowledge Transfer Partnerships already in the pipeline at Huddersfield and number set t...

Flipping learning on its head

The latest buzzword to hit UK higher education is coming home to roost. Nicola Yeeles finds ou...

Bristol expands growing tech scene

Bristol based start-up Missionly are launching their innovative student and graduate recruitme...

Educational expert at UDOL conference

One of the world's leaders in educational thought will speak to academic staff from around the...

3D printing award for Nottingham expert

An academic from The University of Nottingham has won a prestigious international award in rec...

Online and off-kilter?

The student experience is now a connected experience argues Lenovo Worldwide Education Executi...

A wearable education

Universities need to sit up and start preparing for WYOD, says Ennio Carboni, executive vice p...

Using data to improve student retention

Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen, Denmark, uses Business Intelligence to better u...

Fast-track degree for digital

Birmingham City University offers new fast-track degree to equip digital designers and gamers ...

A Fresh new partnership

Fresh Student Living has chosen StudentCom to deliver a range of services to its 1,500 student...

UCL rolls out free Wi-Fi

Leading UK University launches public Wi-Fi offering for museum and cafe visitors, guest lectu...

Durham rolls out eBIS

New College Durham undergoes back office restructure supported by Advanced Business Solutionsâ...

Sussex SU go mobile for Freshers

Sussex Students'€™ Union announce use of Guidebook mobile event app to help engage students in...

Nottingham signs China partnership

The University of Nottingham has become the first British University to sign a partnership wit...

When cyber criminals up their game

Glasgow must protect itself against the rise in IT security threats, but with 30,000 users it ...

Learning gap between schools and HE

Students do not feel prepared for the style of learning they will encounter at university, acc...

Online access for all

In just six months, the Access to Research initiative has grown to include most local authorit...

Global trends of digital students

A new report compiled by QS has revealed how prospective students digitally research universit...

Plymouth University gets agile

When Plymouth realised that most students learn about them primarily through their website, th...

3D printing: less is more

Researchers from the University of Sheffield discover new technique to make 3D printing faster...

Yoyo app rolls out at Imperial College

Imperial College London has become the UK's first university to allow payment and receive awar...

GCHQ degrees for cyber security

GCHQ has accredited six UK universities to teach specialist master's degree courses to future ...

Bristol grad designs rugged tablet

UWE Bristol Product Design Technology Graduate designs rugged tablets for emergency services a...

Student battles adversity for online degree

A University of Derby Online Learning (UDOL) student has talked of how she has battled adversi...

Unite and Philips light up student digs

Unite Students has partnered with Philips to install energy efficient LED lighting throughout ...

StudentCom's award winning broadband

StudentCom has been awarded 'Best Student Broadband' by the National Student Housing Survey 20...

York awarded fund for digitisation

The University of York has been awarded a $299,000 grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to...

Pupils plug the creativity gap

Academics working to plug the gap in the UK's animation skills market are training a team of s...

Making tech secure

Fernando Pires from Morse Watchmans says key management systems enhance the use and security o...

Coping with high-stress system events

David Swayne, CIO at London South Bank University outlines how with visibility of all digital ...

Scottish uni gets Game On

Glasgow Caledonian University launches a free online event to coincide with the XX Commonwealt...