It’s time to take state-sponsored cyber attackers seriously

The volatile nature of geo-politics - particularly in the Middle East - means that as I write, it’s a difficult time to identify the existential threats of nation state cyber crime to our sector. And very tricky indeed to invest smartly and wisely to provide a balanced approach to cyber resilience.   >>

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Mick Jenkins

Can an open research statement drive best practice?

The University of Reading published an institutional Statement on Open Research in January 2019 which we hoped would encourage best practice and help to establish a flourishing open research (OR) culture. >>

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Robert DarbyKaren Rowlett

Invest in the digital skills of teaching staff

As those working in education attest, technology is an important part of everyday life. It is no longer an optional add-on to teaching and learning. >>

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Electric Dreams and Industry 4.0

Times change. Growing up, I could not have imagined the internet, cashless transactions and other ideas that have become commonplace. Part of my job as a college leader is to give learners snapshots of what their life might look like in the future.  >>

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Debra Gray