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The picturesque Harper Adams fights off Russell Group competition to top student experience poll
Catering & hospitality
Catering & hospitality
Taking the heat out of food safety and hygiene obligations
Waste not want not
Turning up the heat
Winners announced at TUCO Competitions
Bringing environmentally-friendly drinking water to HE
Think global, act local - the power of collaborative working
Art college invests in new facilities
Managing your estate, avoiding the surprises
Bond Bryan to design Nottingham College City Hub new campus
Birmingham City Uni campus to relocate to £41 million home
£700K refurb for Cambridge College
City refurb creates a warm welcome
Green Gown Awards 2017
A rallying call for openness at IHEF17
Securing a sustainable HE
UCISA SSG17 Conference
Southampton crowned Enactus UK National Champion
Modern seating for student accommodation providers
Bucking the trend
The French EdTech market is taking off.
What have the ASRA regions been up to in the last 12 months?
From campus to conversation
Look no wires, wireless access control
Finance, legal, HR
Finance, legal, HR
Rent guarantee schemes for students
Government funding for universities
Bath's new scholarships to offer more than financial support
How to negotiate the perfect contract
NI's top students join Civica Scholarship Programme
£7million HEFCE funding to address student outcomes
A very British celebration for Bristol graduates in Beijing
The best young unis in the world
UK and Brazil collaborate on environmental education
Northampton academic enhancing HE in Iraq
Teesside partners with Grenada
The struggle behind the smile
Showjumper to compete for Scotland after switching to hockey
The big issues
UCA appoints Professor Bashir Makhoul as Vice-Chancellor
Dean honoured for achievements in science
University of Surrey Professor awarded Fellowship
UK's favourite thespian at the University of Huddersfield
Junior school pupils get a taste of university
Leeds Trinity explores ways to integrate refugee students
University strategies, how are they created?
UCA researcher investigates gender imbalance
Cardiff researchers to monitor hate crime around Brexit
Jo Johnson opens new £3m multi-agency research hub
Sports & leisure
Sports & leisure
Gloucestershire unveils new sports campus plans
Regent's launches equestrian polo scholarship
Supporting employee health and wellbeing at Leeds Trinity
Wolverhampton opens new 3G facility
Project shows pupils benefits of outdoor learning
Gold medallist and cliff diver champ join Plymouth
Controlling the demands of campus life
University Alliance outline HE priorities for Election
Cambridge leads Complete University Guide
Enactus - entrepreneurship at the heart of education
Sexual harassment in HE
Bath singers represent UK in international championship
Nottingham Uni to build sustainable research facility
The educated choice for energy saving
Integration the key to student security
Energy and Estates: reducing costs
Funding for rainforest project secured
Reading reduces carbon emissions and saves £17 million
What you need to know about flipped classrooms
Durham launches online MBA
The pros and cons of proposed two-year undergraduate degrees
Masters course to create 'army of cyber security experts'
South West business leaders identify top barriers to growth
The digital transformation of the classroom
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Launch of free online course in public leadership
MOOC from Open University Business School and FutureLearn is new asset for aspiring leaders
How MOOCs enrich modern learning
The MOOC has settled into its current state as an established method of imparting and sharing ...
Streaming tech for Surrey students
University of Surrey offers state-of-the-art live streaming of highly specialised course mater...
Student Innovation winners make edtech inventions a reality
With edtech set to be the biggest and most profitable digitalised sector yet, could these winn...
Why engineering know-how is vital for our future leaders
By Nigel Fine, Chief Executive of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
Hull's historical heroes are brought back to life
Computer science students have been bringing a bit of Hollywood to Hull
Virtual reality for education: accessible for all
The Edtech Podcast looks at virtual reality and its uses for education
Six out of 10 universities have been victims of ransomware
Freedom of Information requests reveal worrying figures
Birmingham City students impress with revolutionary app
An innovative university course sees students creating a drone-racing app to rival Pokemon Go
Turning learning on its head
Universities are embracing the flipped-classroom approach to encourage greater collaboration a...
AR in education: on the cusp of mass use
The pros of augmented reality are very exciting for cutting edge teachers and educators, says ...
Augmented Reality: GO
As the world is swept by Pokémon fever, Alice Savage investigates how AR tech can be used to ...
Tech-savvy learning spaces
The new technology ready to welcome the 2016 intake
Seven ways bots will change the student experience
Derren Nisbet looks at how bots will alter a student's time at university
Making the most of mobile in lectures
Lumi's Jon Fowler looks at how lecturers can out-smart the smartphone and engage students on t...
Keeping Britain's future leaders interactive
Technology is a tool which should be used with set objectives in mind and not replace good old...
Don't drop the ball on your university's risk management
By Tilden Watson, Head of Education, Zurich Municipal
Flipping the learning experience for science students
Dr Martin Khechara, Uni of Wolverhampton, discusses how the flipped classroom enhances the lea...
All Crestron great or small
Crestron's audio-visual solution helps set the University of Surrey's new £45m Vet School apar...
Tech over paper for student welcome apps
UK universities are leading the way by using specifically tailored apps provided by mobile app...
Don't fall victim to cyber crime
You have probably had at least one piece of personal data stolen, although you are probably no...
New MOOC academic credit launched with OU and FutureLearn
Open University Business School first in Europe to offer credits through MOOCs on FutureLearn ...
How can Higher Ed choose the right online learning platform?
Leading industry analyst, Ovum, releases report comparing all of today's top VLE vendors to th...
Robots first to move into UWE's Future Space
A robotics company behind the world's first gaming robot become first occupier in new £16m Uni...
Getting students LinkedIn
How is LinkedIn using big data to close the skills gap and make students more employable? The...
Uni of Westminster launches digital strategy with Arkivum
By Nik Stanbridge, VP of Marketing, Arkivum
Imperial launches free online MBA taster
Free MBA taster courses launched by Imperial College Business School on edX for online learne...
Creating a bigger picture for higher education
Saville Audio Visual, leading provider of AV systems to colleges and universities, introduce l...
RefME secures new Institute Partners
Edge Hill University, Sheffield Hallam University and University for the Creative Arts become ...
ET August/September issue out now!
The August/September edition of Education Technology magazine, is now available to view, for f...
Why Jisc is not a MOOC
Why Jisc CEO Paul Feldman is adamant the organsiation is 'not, and never will be, a MOOC provi...
It's time to get personal
When embarking on a website redevelopment project it's vital to start with insight, says Chris...
Creating work-ready graduates
Kenny Nicholl, director of higher education at Canvas explains how focusing on the student exp...
Programming course for teachers gets Google backing
Wolverhampton lecturers secure funding from Google to develop a new online course for computer...
Is HE paying too much for IT?
Universities found to be paying up to seven times too much for IT purchases
Nottingham digital library boost
CLA takes digitisation to next level at Nottingham University library
Get prepared for the TEF
Cengage's Andrew Robinson argues that the UK's HE sector can best prepare for TEF via a digita...
JISC grant boost for Bangor student
Bangor University student bags 'life changing' grant from JISC to develop edtech idea
Jisc boosts Janet network
Upgrade aims to support research, boost student experience and significantly enhance capacity ...
Delivering value to students now crucial
A new approach to content delivery can create competitive advantage in the HE market says Know...