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Students’ expectations of a consistent digital experience remain high

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By Peter Nikoletatos, Global Industry Director – Education at TechnologyOne Unsurprisingly, choosing the right degree remains top of mind when students select a university. However, new research reveals that factors…

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Q&A: Growing University ICT provision is not about making it ‘good enough’, it’s about making it the best it can be

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Antony Mellor, Head of HE at Stone Group and Mark Newton, Managing Director at CoSector – University of London, discuss how future-proofing your organisation as far as is economically viable,…

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Teacher EdTech recommendations best, says BESA survey

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A survey of ICT stakeholders by the National Education Research Panel (NERP) on behalf of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has revealed widely differing technology requirements between primary and secondary schools,…

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INDUSTY SPOTLIGHT: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

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Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) offers education solutions for the digital world, providing students with a personalized, connected, secure learning environment. Making education relevant in a digital world Education is one of…

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Improve your students’ learning experience with ALE’s accessible resources…

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Education is one of the cornerstones of a stable, evolving society. Better employment opportunities, improved wellbeing, innovative research, and a more informed and engaged citizenry are just some of the…

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Guest Blog, Helen Caldwell: Have you got the skills to inspire the future digital makers?

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In September 2014, the UK Government rolled out drastic changes to the computing national curriculum. For the first time, children from the ages of five to 16 were required to…

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