As part of delivering on the vision of a UK national digital library, Jisc and OCLC announce a partnership to build a new shared service that will aggregate academic bibliographic data at scale, improving library collection management and resource discovery for students and researchers.
In a new report, Rebooting Learning for the Digital Age, published by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), Jisc's chief executive Paul Feldman, with Sarah Davies and Joel Mullan, calls on university leaders to embrace new technology to meet the challenges faced by the higher education sector.
DTP Solutionpath and Excelsoft joined forces with Jisc to launch learning analytics partnership at BETT 2017
At this year’s BETT Jisc unveiled developments that support higher and further education in making the most of big data to support student success. Jisc is pleased to announce its newest partners as part of the next exciting phase of its national learning analytics platform.
We explore the complex threat posed by spoof emails and some of the strategies institutions use to counter it.
Imagine you’re busy creating a world-class research paper. Now imagine you’re doing it whilst juggling multiple passwords and usernames to access all the online resources you need, as well as the many buildings you need to enter.
The hunt is on for the next breakthrough edtech startup companies.
Reading College has won an Association of Colleges (AoC) Beacon Award for introducing new cloud-based technology on campus.
The burgeoning use of big data in healthcare research is revolutionising the way health records are collected, used and shared. But, with controversial projects such as NHS care.data still fresh in everyone’s minds, how can researchers reassure the public that highly sensitive data is safe in their hands?
Charlie McMurdie, who spent 32 years in the Metropolitan Police, is senior cybercrime adviser at PwC consulting with clients on a range of global strategic and operational cybersecurity programmes. She talks to us about how universities tick all the boxes for cybercrime risk factors – and how people, more than technology, are both the problem and the solution.
The recent Diamond Review has reformed higher education (HE) and financing for students in Wales, putting student and researcher experience under the microscope.