First US–based university press signs Jisc transitional open access agreement for UK higher education
The Jisc agreement provides participating UK institutions with unlimited Immediate Open Access publishing in Rockefeller University Press journals. The agreement covers 100% of article publication charges for authors at participating UK institutions.
After hundreds of years of putting pen to paper, Jisc’s new report explains why it’s time for assessment to evolve, for the sake of students, staff, and organisations. But how can colleges and universities embrace innovation and support staff to start an assessment revolution?
Switching from paper research notebooks to digital ones proves to be difficult for universities.
Jisc and CNI reveal keynote speakers for research and scholarly communications conference.
Jisc's new report calls for an overhaul of exams at colleges and universities, suggesting five ways to improve assessment for all.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, new MP for Wantage, David Johnston (Con), visited Jisc's Harwell office on 7 February to meet young people working towards degree apprenticeships.
Imagine a village with a hall, that’s been there for years - it’s the heart of the community.
The new generation of technologies, combined with the power of the human brain, is going to transform how we push the boundaries of our research worlds. Paul Feldman, Jisc CEO, sets out his vision for the future of research.
The increasing use of digital tools in sectors from finance to healthcare is transforming the way work is done. So, what does this look like in education?
New digital accessibility regulations are having an impact on universities and colleges. Our subject specialist on assistive technology, Rohan Slaughter, sets out what you need to know.