A chatbot that helped boost enrolment of students through clearing at Leeds Beckett University has won a Times Higher Leadership and Management award (THELMA) for digital innovation.
Technology has an increasingly important part to play in supporting a more personalised learning experience for each and every learner. Specialist colleges have been leading the way in this area for a considerable time. What can the rest of the sector discover in their approach?
Artificial intelligence will bring back the “glittering spires” of universities, chief executive at Jisc Paul Feldman predicted at a conference on Thursday.
Your world-class Janet Network is getting a boost. Jeremy Sharp, our Janet infrastructure director, explains what is going to happen and why.
This May bank holiday weekend, 20,000 festival goers gathered in South Park in Oxford as part of the Common People festival, all waiting to see bands from Maximo Park to Morcheeba and the Jacksons, sample street food and maybe have a go on the world’s biggest bouncy castle.
An analytics service for universities, bringing together vast amounts of data to inform their business decisions, is one of the runners up at the 2018 National Technology Awards.
Jisc launches Global Connect and Global Partnership at TNC18.
Jisc has today recommended to the government that better use and investment in digital technology and skills can help reimagine the way teaching and learning is delivered across the post-18 education system for the benefit of all.
Rarely a day goes by when data isn’t in the headlines, but for librarians and senior leaders at universities, there’s a lot to get to grips with if we’re going to be able to deliver on the promise that open data will revolutionise research.
When it comes to online safety, seven-year-old Natalie Ody is already security-savvy. She can talk about wifi, describe a cyber attack and even resist interrogation from a Jisc security expert. Meanwhile, ten-year-old Eva Banks now knows how Jisc protects the network and its members from harm.