How can EdTech transform higher education?Ireland’s first Chair in Digital Learning, Professor Mark Brown, makes the case for fundamental digital disruption
Using EdTech to improve students’ digital skillsProfessor Elizabeth Barnes, Vice Chancellor at Staffordshire University, tells us about her institution’s digital strategy.
Getting smarter through technology and big dataWe caught up with Northampton University’s Vice Chancellor Nick Petford, to talk about the role of EdTech in higher education.
The role of technology in higher educationWe hosted a webinar on the importance and implementation of technology in higher education.
The 5 soft skills that matter to companiesThe LinkedIn Learning professional social network has tried to identify the five most sought-after human skills
Do American teachers trust in EdTech?According to a survey published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, American teachers believe they would benefit from relying on Edtech
Can big data help students succeed?The development of new technologies has created a growing mass of information: big data. This concerns all fields, and particularly education
Are teachers still teachers in the digital age?Many students take notes on a computer and have developed the habit of asking their questions to a search engine
DIY, soft skills, and artificial intelligence: the learner-driven revolution in educationWhat if the current transformations in teaching were representative of an international groundswell?
From paper to digital: TestWe’s e-AssessmentTests and evaluations are still mainly given on paper while they add little value to learning
Training digital skills: a crucial challenge for EuropeThe digital transformation of society is about more than technological evolution: it has become a major societal challenge
TeachPitch, learn more & teach better.TeachPitch is an innovative solution which aims to improve today’s teaching and learning
Education is the most difficult sector to automateAutomation is disrupting industries and the employment sector by putting a lot of people out of work