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 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
In a rapidly evolving knowledge economy, how we learn and teach continuously redefines education and technology. As learning science develops and we discover more efficient ways to learn, the opportunity to identify improved outcomes while using EdTech will become more of a reality
What’s really holding back technology adoption in higher education? Charges are normally levelled at technophobia or cost but, as Paddy Smith discovers at Bett 2019, it might just be lack of content
Colin Farquhar, Exterity CEO, talks about major trend, on-the-go learning
A major date on the trade show calendar for over 30 years, Bett promises to bring together the people, ideas and technologies that have the potential to transform education. Jo Ruddock finds out what the 2019 edition has to offer
Get ready for Bett 2019, where you can touch and see the latest edtech!
Carl Sheen, head of training and development at Genee World, explores the way AV technology has transformed the HE sector
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