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Delivering a more tailored higher education experience

66% of university students want a blend of in-person and online teaching, suggesting that the hybrid approach is best for the higher education experience.
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Security vulnerabilities make the education sector a risky business

Over the last 12 months, the education sector has been vulnerable to significant disruption to teaching and, worse, the temporary shutting and even complete closure of schools and universities; here's why.
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A new teaching approach to reinvent tomorrow’s careers

Carl Morris, Principal of Carfax College and Co-Founder of The Online School, discusses why a new teaching approach is needed in the classroom if we're to unlock students' talents and passions from an early age.
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The crucial elements of a successful student engagement analytics  strategy

Professor Neil Morris, Digital Education Consultant, discusses what you need for a successful student engagement analytics strategy.
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Looking back at the last decade on digital accessibility in online learning

There is a need to secure equal opportunities for students in online learning spaces – schools can do this by improving digital accessibility.
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Blended learning: How to support students in the hybrid classroom

The hybrid classroom has become the new normal in post-pandemic education, but is this 'blended learning' accessible and can it be improved?
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International Baccalaureate programme moves to digital exams

Digital exams are now overtaking traditional paper exams in the International Baccalaureate, with the potential to move to virtual reality assessments also.
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How to get sustainable ICT equipment on a budget

The need for up to date, fit for purpose ICT equipment to aid learning never ceases. But how can you achieve this with a limited budget?
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Can Britain truly undergo an effective digital transformation?

What does effective digital transformation look like? The UK needs to grow its digital economy to suit all of the job opportunities predicted to rise in the next few years – but a world-leading skills framework is needed.
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Can university leaders deliver what students want from future education?

Research looks at what university leaders can do to improve higher education for students to make them stay in education.
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The digital higher education expectation gap and universities

The digital higher education expectation gap is larger than most would think, so we look at what it means for universities and the student’s digital experiences.
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The role of teachers and teacher educators in addressing the gender digital divide

Gender equality is essential to develop and sustain the capacity for sustainable development although, ironically, STEM subjects and professions see the greatest gender digital divide and especially in developing economies.
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A gendered view on ICT and social inclusion

Dr Sarah Mohammad-Qureshi, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Partner at The University of Law, presents a gendered view on ICT and social inclusion.
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Is tech the key to learning English as an additional language?

Joe Miller, general manager of the Americas and Europe, Pocketalk, looks at the language issues in education and the solutions that can help those learning English.
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A new social contract for education: Science & evidence

Anantha Duraiappah, Director at UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP), describes a new social contract for education, including why science and evidence matter.
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Blended learning: Strategic, not a reactive approach to change

Tatjana Babrauskienė from the European Economic and Social Committee, Workers’ Group (Group II), walks us through blended learning, underlining a strategic rather than reactive approach to change.
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‘Levelling-up’: The emerging role of education technology

Al Kingsley, CEO at NetSupport, discusses the potential role of education technology in "levelling up" - especially for vulnerable communities.
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True disruption in education: An opportune moment for lasting change?

Christel Wolthoorn, Managing Director of LovedBy Design, examines how the education sector dealt with COVID disruption and the work that remains.
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Technology and social inclusion: Challenges for policymakers

Professor Katy Campbell, University of Alberta, investigates social inclusion through a gendered lens, specifically regarding technology.
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Elevating the HE digital experience through student-centred design

Mark Picken, Managing Director of Content Design London, discusses how student-centred design can enhance universities digital offerings.

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