Kathy Johnson, of candidate engagement tech firm, Meet & Engage, looks at how digital technologies can encourage more students from lower income backgrounds into university
With the use of cash rapidly declining, what new payment choices should be offered on campus?
One Hour Degree has been played almost 1000 times across 51 different countries in less than a week
Featuring authorities from cyber-security and education specialists Malwarebytes and Phoenix Software
The £8m Digital Futures at Work Research Centre will open in January and seek to provide 'compelling evidence on the contemporary transformation of work'
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies are becoming increasingly prevalent in higher education; Jon Knight answers some straight questions on the benefits and challenges.
Tips and tricks from the experts at TOPdesk
Student IDs in Apple Wallet are not only convenient, they also provide an extra level of security as students no longer have to worry about misplacing their physical cards
Making lives better is at the heart of this data-driven mission at a world-leading university
There are two ways to look at GDPR: either as protecting people’s privacy or giving companies a legally-defined way to collect and process data.
The University of Reading now benefits from a sophisticated, but easy-to-use display solution to be used by students and faculty staff
The team behind the digital examinations will showcase the scheme to more than 40 other universities
The student engagement team have created a platform which creates a unique digital learner profile
The edtech company has been selected by the Information Commissioner’s Office as one of 10 projects for its new programme, Sandbox
Nick Waters, senior consultant at Barrachd, part of Capita, asks if universities are making the best use of their data to ensure a positive student experience
Pedagogy is riding in the slipstream of technological capability and changing lifestyles. But can institutions and teachers keep up with the evolution of their trade?
As university work spaces evolve, Jon Knight looks at a much-overlooked aspect of technology systems
As universities continue to replace old legacy systems and improve their IT infrastructures, outsourcing key IT provisions comes with concrete benefits, says Julian Lee
With the evolution of edtech, technology and pedagogy are now more closely aligned and offer a world of opportunities for both educators and learners, says Nicole Reid, higher education manager at Texthelp
Data management in higher education needs a rethink, says David Bamford. Here's where to start
Joined-up technological thinking is already a mainstay of university management, and it’s becoming increasingly essential. Simon Fry looks at the tools helping HE stay ahead
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