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Taking the 'maybe' out of cloud computing

The benefits of cloud computing for schools outweigh the negatives, says Neil Watkins

iPads in the classroom: a positive outcome for edtech

A new report from Stranmillis University College finds that iPads have a positive influence on...

GDPR: How academies should prepare for compliance

Sarah Briscall, Commercial Solicitor at Shulmans LLP, explains what academies need to know bef...

School children call for virtual engineering work experience

Pupils attending the Institution of Engineering and Technology's (IET) Junior Board have said ...

How risk-proof are your school's IT systems?

Expert insight at ground-level in technology based risks

Why academies are choosing a new approach for global success

Ahead of the election, Sam Blyth, Director of Schools and Further Education at Canvas, discuss...

How secure are your school's IT systems?

Kat Howard, Senior Educational Consultant and Online Safety Lead at RM Education, explains how...

Reviewing the success of the Microsoft Cloud

Microsoft Cloud not only creates marketable skills for students it is also a great tool for fa...

New ways to use your Moodle

Valentina Martinelli meets the Moodle community and discovers how the platform works with AI a...

If kids were scientists...

Lasers, flying cars and a cure for hunger: new animation reveals what children would invent if...

Win an Ultimaker 2+ 3D Printer for Your School!

The CREATE Education Project are running a competition to win an Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer worth...

Re-educating the way you work

Re-educating the way you work, the USB Docking solutions from Philips are designed for the mod...

BMW Group launches free 'Virtual Lab' education app

BMW's first educational app, the 'Virtual Lab' will teach pupils about sustainability

WizeNoze to launch safe search pilot in the UK 

The project, one the first of its kind, will provide a new method for safeguarded internet sea...

Unit4 Student Management supports the Royal College of Art

RCA Royal College of Art will expand its Unit4 footprint with the implementation of Unit4 Stud...

IT is the way forward

It's vital to have your IT network operating flawlessly, says IT monitoring specialist Dirk Pa...

Smart Procurement

James Breakell, UK Managing Director of D-Tech International talks about the procurement proce...

Tips for managing android devices in the classroom

Many children in your school likely own an Android phone or tablet, which is why managing thes...

Why the education community should work to reduce overwork

Sam Blyth, Director of Schools and Further Education at Canvas, reflects on how technology can...

Storytelling goes digital

The recent Digital Storytelling Day marked the start of National Share-a-Story Month

Breaking Barriers In Education with 3D Printing

What is it actually like to have a 3D Printer in the classroom? Mark Peeters is here to share ...

Protecting staff: Schools need to do more

With reports of violence in schools increasing, Klaus Allion, MD at ANT Telecom, examines how ...

What you need to know about flipped classrooms

Today's classrooms require a much more fluid learning model that builds an experience around t...

Can technology enhance literacy?

Kenny Bartonshaw at Kingsland C.E Academy explains how he uses 'A Tale Unfolds' to enhance dig...

Pupils turn engineers for tech challenge

The 11-19 year olds designed and built remote control vehicles for the Land Rover 4x4 in Schoo...

eSports: Learning skills by playing games

PlayStation and Digital Schoolhouse reveal the career potential in games

Why many schools are 'up in the air' about cloud computing

Think IT's Neil Watkins shares his advice for primary schools on the fence about cloud computi...

Reality check

Sophie Beyer asks when will education adopt headsets and which will be their preferred reality...

Planning for Cloud in 2017

Nicola Yeeles looks at what the power of cloud computing can bring to education

Leadership key to edtech success

Natalie Burgess, Microsoft Ambassador, looks at what barriers teachers face when trying edtech...

Rural broadband access - is it still an issue?

Caroline Wright at BESA asks: Is the 'equal opportunities' education system letting down rural...

Protecting educational institutions from DDoS Attacks

One disgruntled student being able to take down a school's entire network spells disaster

The digital transformation of the classroom

Keri Beckingham looks at how VLEs and the Cloud have become key fixtures in the classrooms of ...

Protecting your investment in classroom equipment

James Symons, CEO of LocknCharge, tells us why schools should do everything they can to protec...

Unique Partnership Creates Local Opportunities for 3D Design

People aged 17-25 on a vocational training programme with YMCA Cork & Cobh are set to benefit ...

Keeping up with edtech developments

Craig Ring, Head of Canvas and Pastoral Leader for Year 7 discusses how schools can implement ...

Keeping IT safe and secure

Calibre Secured's Karen Nelson considers current DfE guidance aimed at combating classroom rad...

Overcoming the barriers to 3D printing in the classroom

3D printing can have a huge impact on education, if used wisely, says Kevin Samuel, Business D...

Discovery Education to host day of digital storytelling

Discovery Education will host the 'Day of Discovery' on 18th April to mark the start of Nation...

Have you had your daily huddle?

Huddle rooms - or huddle zones or huddle spaces as they're also known - are a significant phen...