Graham Cooper, head of education at Capita Education Software Solutions, asks if there has ever been a more turbulent time in higher education
Technology offers the flexibility to use a combination of tools and methods to help students absorb new information and efficiently learn. In today’s digital age, technology offers many powerful learning tools for teachers to use in classrooms and also for students to study with on their own.
SPONSORED: Nicole Reid, Higher Education Manager at Texthelp, talks about continuity of support from education to the workplace
SPONSORED: A technology review could bring long-term benefits to your service delivery, explains James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International.
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
£44,000 will help fund a project designed to help small businesses make better use of technology and modern management practices
What’s the next chapter for connected learning environments at UK universities? Charley Rogers speaks to the experts to find out…
Cathy Parnham looks at the importance of the virtual open day experience for attracting and recruiting students
Over half of university staff want more technology for teaching, finds new survey from Jisc
SPONSORED: Malcolm Paice, Managing Director of Keystone Talent Bank, explains how modern technology can accelerate an institution’s drive to nurture, develop and retain their student talent
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