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The number of UK primary schools who describe their internet access as ‘good’ has fallen compared to last year, according to research from the trade association British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA).
In the three years since it was set up, five million people have signed up to FutureLearn, the social learning platform owned by the Open University.
The NHS is putting patients at risk by not properly protecting their data online, a study by cybersecurity specialists Hacker House has found.
Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Trust are trialling the use of cameras to remotely monitor diabetic patients with foot ulcers.
A French higher education institute which has not lecturers, just students and computers, has opened a new branch in California.
Billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson has set up his own academic institute in a bid to tackle the technology skills shortage in the UK.
The British education system is not adequately preparing children for tomorrow’s world of work, MPs have warned.
Researchers at the Department of Artificial Intelligence in Madrid have developed a way to monitor how primary school children are using computers and determine their engagement levels.
Education is key in equipping young people with the skills and motivation to work in cybersecurity, a report from Kaspersky Lab has found.
Pupils’ academic skills improve when they have one to one access to computers in the classroom, research from the Learning Foundation has found.
The University of Wolverhampton has invested £100,000 in a new ‘Virtualisation Centre’ at the Telford Innovation Campus as part of a £10 million investment in engineering facilities. The centre will include state-of-the-art flight and track simulators.
Education professionals believe that technology will dramatically change the way that students learn over the next decade, a report from Polycom has revealed.
The Scottish Government has pledged its support to the use of technology in the classroom after unveiling more than 40 action points in a new strategy to boost the teaching of digital skills.
Schools around the world are being invited to join British explorers Mark Wood and Matt Dickinson in a virtual experience as they attempt to reach the summit of Mt Everest in March next year.
The topic of cyber security is increasingly at the top of the agenda for schools, especially with the number of ransomware and other cyber attacks on the rise.
But schools warned that hackers on the dark web pose the greater threat.
Schools in the UK have been advised to take appropriate steps to protect student data from the growing threat posed by malicious hackers.
A university lecturer in China has developed an innovative way of using facial-recognition technology to assess how interested students are in his classes
A Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed that 63% of UK universities have been the target of a ransomware attack.
Banning smartphones in the classroom in an attempt to make students focus could do more harm than good, according to research published in the journal Computers in Human Behaviour.
Organisations in the education sector must invest more in IT infrastructure and digital content, according to the 2016 Veeam Availability Report.
Children who play online video games are more likely to do better in science, maths and reading, according to research from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
Higher education professionals’ have revealed their preferred online learning topics in a study carried out by the Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN).
A large proportion of the British public expect technological advancements to impact education in the near future, according to Jisc, an organisation that supports digital services in the education sector.
There are clear differences between how rich and poor children use technology, according to research from OECD.
The UK’s first Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) in cybersecurity has been launched by Cybersecurity Challenge UK.
Augmented reality could be used to teach potentially dangerous subjects, according to a lecturer from the University of Derby.
A series of e-learning courses have been created to enable teachers to deliver lessons in line with changes to the national curriculum.
As the emergence of cloud computing and growth of data volumes has transformed data centres, the prevalence of mobile devices is having a similar impact on the corporate network.
Virtualised (or software-defined infrastructure) is continuing to transform computing infrastructure
With the volume of data generated by organisations expected to grow rapidly, there will need to be a corresponding growth in storage capacity.
Birmingham Business School’s wholly online MBA has become the world’s first to be accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
Students answer test questions honestly - even when the answers are just a click away - a study presented at the conference of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has revealed.
Over 500 pupils from schools and colleges in Greater Manchester and Lancashire are benefitting from after-school sessions which are designed to help them prepare for jobs in digital industries.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has created a Minecraft game in a bid to introduce schoolchildren to the idea of a career in construction.
The use of digital games and apps in the classroom has doubled in the last six years, according to a study by Project Tomorrow, a global non-profit education organisation.
The Computing at School (CAS) initiative organised by BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, has launched its 200th computer hub at Norlington School and 6th Form in Waltham Forest, London.
As schools consider moving towards a more immersive teaching experience, could asking pupils to bring their own devices into the classroom provide an alternative to direct hardware investment?
Leading market research company Technavio is predicting positive growth throughout the global education technology market over the next four years.
Having a constant connection to the internet is helping to change the way students and teachers approach education, according Mario di Mascio, executive director at Virgin Media Business.
Universities need to pay more attention to their digital presence when it comes to engaging with prospective students, according to new research.
Investment in education technology is necessary to accelerate learning globally, according to Andreas Schleicher, a director at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Technology that can identify users based on their keystrokes is being developed in order to clampdown on exam cheats.
The BBC mirco:bit has the potential to be a ‘seminal piece of British innovation’, according to Tony Hall.
Politicians in Scotland have outlined ambitious plans which would lead to a ‘digital revolution’ across the nation’s schools.
Smart technology and the Internet of Things are set to play a major role in education over the next few years, according to a survey of education IT leaders.
Total spending in the global education technology hardware market increased by 7% in 2015, according to a report published by Futuresource Consulting.
A Scottish primary schools which has put digital creativity at the heart of education has been hailed as ‘outstanding’ by the national inspectorate.
The use of a behaviour-monitoring app used by at least one teacher in half of all UK schools, has been defended against pupil privacy concerns.
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