The March issue of UB magazine is out now

We explore some of the major challenges facing edtech adoption in HE

From budget constraints and integration with legacy systems concerns to the need for cultural and attitudinal changes, we explore the many challenges facing technology adoption within universities.

Round table: what’s blocking edtech investment?

Our panel of experts talk about some of the biggest barriers to edtech adoption

Can HE solve edtech?

Paddy Smith visits Bett 2019 to find out what’s really holding back technology adoption in higher education. Is it technophobia or just a lack of content?

The A-Z of edtech 2019

Get up-to-date with the latest tech terminology with this essential edtech glossary

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We look at how changing attitudes and technology have helped shift the position of the university library from being a building solely for reading, writing and research to becoming very much service-led

The report

Cathy Parnham investigates the surging rise in unconditional offers and conditional unconditional offers


The China opportunity: are we doing enough to attract and look after Chinese students?

Also in this issue: find out what it’s like to be a recruitment manager for a day; why we should ditch our cars and take up cycling; and why we need to broaden the horizons of our students. Plus, check out the latest HESA research on full- and part-time students.

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