Jisc’s code of practice helps university student welfare teams use student data ethically and effectively to improve student wellbeing
The survey for Hepi also revealed that half of students do not have confidence their data is stored securely
Only 15% of respondents to the survey said they were given time and support when trailing new edtech
Universities may be paying over the odds for international students to access journals, databases and e-books
The organisation has been selected by the Information Commissioner’s Office as one of 10 projects for its new programme, Sandbox
Despite his role as chief executive of Jisc, the digital body for HE, Paul Feldman thinks technology is there to make people better, not to take away their sense of purpose
Workforce Explorer helps you to quickly contextualise your demographic data against the rest of the HE sector over time
Twenty UK universities have signed up to take part in a cyber attacking exercise, aiming to expose weak spots in their systems which could potentially be exploited by illegal hackers.
The collaboration, between Dublin’s HEANet and UK-based Jisc, is designed to offer protection against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks
Over half of university staff want more technology for teaching, finds new survey from Jisc
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