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From plagiarism detection to academic integrity

After two decades in which our technology has played an important role, we are now seeing universities deploying new tactics in the fight against plagiarism. >>

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Gill Rowell

FE and social media make the perfect match

The UK’s further education (FE) sector is known for its capacity to adapt and innovate; its ability to morph in response to the changing demands on post-16 education. Which is perhaps why it so often finds a bedfellow in social media – flexible, ever-evolving, and for the most part free. >>

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Richard Tatnall

The top five things about Digifest for attendees

Digifest is a great way to hear from other educators from around the UK and share and learn from like-minded people.  >>

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Scott Hayden

Ten top tips to make your university accessible to all learners

The University of Kent has been leading the way in designing systems and ways of presenting content to make it easily accessible to as many learners as possible. >>

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Ben Watson

The top challenges for the UK’s HE leaders - revealed

The results are in from our second annual higher education leadership survey, exploring what is looming large on the horizons for those in senior leadership positions in UK higher education. >>

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Sarah Davies