Jisc and Emerge Education today launched a programme to give good edtech startups the recognition they deserve.
4,000th public building joins the govroam network, providing roaming service for public sector workers
A total of 4,000 public sector buildings are now connected to the rapidly expanding govroam service, which enables connectivity across public sector organisations.
Imagine the campus of 2030. Will we arrive at campus on hoverboards? Will our lecturers appear as a hologram? Will we even have lectures?
Jisc and academic publisher Springer Nature have agreed a further ‘read and publish’ agreement that meets the aims of Plan S and offers researchers a funder compliant route to publishing in hybrid journals.
Newcastle University won first prize for best ‘student experience’ at last night’s Guardian University Awards. The university was recognised for its mental health project, which provides students with anxiety or depression with quick-to-access treatment as an alternative to NHS care.
Technology is changing quickly and there is pressure in many organisations, including further education colleges, to respond to that challenge.
From research in volcanic regions of Iceland to education in remote corners of the English Peak District, networking can be challenging. This developing area of work for Jisc is being explored and discussed at Networkshop47, 9-11 April 2019.
A government strategy launched today into how technology can be used to transform education has been welcomed by Jisc as a key contributor and collaborator.
With Jisc’s learning analytics service going live last summer, we caught up with some of the people who are part of the community of practice shaping the service, to find out how implementation is going and what learning analytics is adding to their university.
Diversity is set to emerge as a key theme of Jisc’s Networkshop conference this year. Ahead of the event on the 9-11 April, we examine the need for more women in cyber security.