SPONSORED: Active learning is a method of study that connects students with the subject matter and encourages dialogue
Sponsored: Dan Shaw, Tutor at Strode College, talks us through how tech can bolster classroom dynamics
HPC machine supports wide range of applications, including flood simulations and brain geometry
Director at Echo360 Linda Storey things lecture-capture could be the key to engaging, retaining and widening student participation
Growing technology services provider relaunch will focus on business, student and residential market
Jisc launch student electoral registration service to help academic registrars to comply with the Higher Education and Research Act 2017
Head of business and technology at the University of Gloucestershire, Prof Kamal Bechkoum, explains why new processes are needed
By Henry Motte-Munoz, CEO and Founder of Edukasyon.ph
Technology has yet to make a major inroad in the education industry, but that could all be about to change...
Sponsored: Marc Habbema, CEO of SOWISO, explains 6 ways digital maths teaching and learning tools improve maths education and softens teacher workload
Mahesh Pancholi, Research Computing Specialist at OCF, talks about the pros and cons of cloud bursting vs. in-house services for higher education
By Aldo de Pape, CEO and Founder of TeachPitch, in association with the WISE Accelerator
SPONSORED: D-Tech International, looks at the concerns raised by students sleeping on campus and the difficulties caused by opening around the clock.
Rich Campagna, CMO of Bitglass, on tackling the security and privacy headaches inherent in operating a bring your own device strategy
Universities' "Cyber Ranges" are the latest trend in the field
Aaron Higbee, co-founder of Cofense, discusses how universities can recruit staff and employees to the front-line of e-security
Nigel Booth from IPV explains how UK universities can follow the lead of US colleges to provide better accessibility to every students
'Innovation is not the idea, prototype, or approval process - it's the doing,' says Roxanne Stockwell. And there needs to be space for failure...
2018 may be the year in which we see the education sector fully embrace the potentialities of augmented reality, says Jeremy Bradley
SPONSORED: Monarch H.264 encoders enable remote students to participate in on-campus activities
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