Launched in 2018 with investment from Jisc, the Placer app does just that - and it’s been nominated for the UK Top 100 Social Entrepreneur Index.
"I think most people, deep down, accept that assessment in higher education is not really fit for purpose any more."
What will education and research look like in 2030? And what can the Tour the France teach us about live data transfer in education?
Five businesses have been selected for mentorships worth up to £10,000 this week after successful pitches at our showcase edtech event, Digifest.
Launched today, a new report commissioned by Jisc, focuses on student mental health, exploring how emerging technology may help students in need
Technology tools that allow students to give anonymous feedback in the classroom and take part in Q&A sessions without being identified are proving helpful for less confident students and as a means to gather meaningful data on sensitive topics.
In a UK first, a new app and website are being launched that allow university students to quickly and simply put their name down to vote.
Jisc’s showcase edtech event of the year, Digifest 2019, is informative, inspiring - and jam-packed with things to do and see. Here are our top picks.
Technology, increasingly rich digitised resources and the sheer ingenuity of teaching staff are coming together to help students become active learners.
Keynote speaker at Digifest 2019, Anne-Marie Imafidon reveals what inspired her to create Stemettes – an organisation that inspires thousands of girls and young women to take up careers in the male-dominated domains of science, technology, engineering and maths.