Weston College wins award for effective use of digital technology in further education for its innovative virtual classroom project.
The Publications division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and Jisc consortium have reached a transitional agreement which will serve researchers in the UK across all fields of chemistry.
UK institutions are in negotiation with Springer Nature to secure a transitional open access (OA) agreement for the Nature, Nature research journals and Palgrave journals. A proposal that meets the requirements of the sector has not yet been provided.
Jisc and the Royal Society of Chemistry have extended and revised their transformative agreement until the end of 2024. Now utilising all previous expenditure to support open access (OA) publications, the deal covers all expected publishing output in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s hybrid journals portfolio.
Digital project explores how artificial intelligence can help university staff reduce their workload
Jisc’s national centre for AI launches pilot of Graide, a digital assessment platform developed by students at the University of Birmingham.
JMIR Publications, a leading publisher of digital health research, and Jisc, have entered a two-year pilot agreement offering member institutions unlimited open access (OA) publishing for a flat fee.
Jisc announces operating partner for new managed firewall service across UK research and education providers
Jisc announces today that its newly designed managed firewall service for UK colleges, universities, research centres and the public sector will be built and operated by KHIPU Networks.
UK universities have reached a three-year agreement with Elsevier providing both unlimited open access publishing and access to paywalled journal articles for a significant reduction on current institutional spend.
The shift towards online and blended learning has increased the need for library and learning resources to be more widely available in electronic format, which creates both opportunity and challenge in equal measure.
Jisc and Wazoku launch competition to encourage students to solve industry problems – and earn money
Jisc has partnered with Wazoku to launch an innovative competition for students, who could win up to £5,000 or an internship.