Amanda Crowfoot, Secretary General of the European University Association reveals how universities are driving Europe’s transformation.
In an interview with Open Access Government, Murray Morrison, founder of Tassomai, shares his thoughts on the edtech revolution with reference to the benefits, costs, and how it can create a modern learning experience.
Dave Kenworthy, Director of Digital Services at CoSector, questions whether or not the education sector should be adopting augmented and virtual reality technology to improve learning experiences for all.
Tanya Howden, Learning Experience Designer at Robotical, underlines the importance of best practice when it comes to teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subjects.
Here, Ten industry experts share their advice with Open Access Government, as to how and why businesses and educational institutes can help close the STEM skills gap.
Graham Glass, CEO of CYPHER LEARNING explores how secondary school teachers can harness edtech resources to maximise their limited time and supplies, while delivering a more engaging, personalised experience for students.
Tristram Hooley, Chief Research Officer, Institute of Student Employers explains precisely why higher apprenticeships are critical to business.
According to a report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the current lack of UK STEM skilled workers is costing the nation's economy £1.5 billion annually.
For the first time under NHS funding, student paramedics will receive £5,000 a year to support them whilst they are at university.
Stewart Watts, Vice-President EMEA, D2L, evaluates how technology has the potential to modernise the education system with a specific focus on the governments 2020 edtech strategy.
Wendy Francis-White, assistant headteacher at Hawkedale Primary, explains how schools can maintain personalised learning using AI technology.
As our world evolves to embrace new technologies, so does our education system: Here, we discuss if our society should be teaching kids to code.
Here, we find out about the importance of higher education and language learning in Japan, two areas that fall under the remit of Kōichi Hagiuda, Japan’s Minister Of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
Here, we find out that the National Science Foundation’s Directorate of Education and Human Resources works to achieved excellence in STEM education at all levels.
Alex Wilkins at iHASCO advises how the education sector can keep up to date with health and safety practices.
Professor Hajime Nishitani, from the Office of Global Initiative at Hiroshima University in Japan, outlines English education reform-based on EBPM (Evidence-Based Policy Making), including comment on English and Japanese Students in general.
Miss Robyn Boyd, PR & Social Media Executive at PFU (EMEA) Limited – a Fujitsu company, lifts the lid on document management (storing information digitally) and why this is crucial in the education sector.
Here, Professor Takahira Yamaguchi from Keio University, explores how AI&TA Robots are being used in primary school classrooms.
Here, Hult Business School highlight some of the main reasons why digitisation is a positive asset for the higher education sector.
Susan Assouline, PhD, Director Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, U.S., details a model for equalising science, technology, engineering and mathematics opportunities and in this vein, that inspires excellene.