The deadline for Summer of Student Innovation is Monday 23 May 2016, and you'll need 250 votes to get through to the next stage.
How do we move to a data-led culture in UK research and education? Our new report, the second in a series from our horizon scanning project, looks at this question.
The University of Stirling has recently upgraded its internet connectivity, taking an additional connection to the Janet network and becoming a Janet 'point of presence'. This has increased the university’s capabilities and resilience, supporting its business strategy and improving teaching, learning and research.
World Autism Awareness Week runs from 2 – 8 April this year. With one in every 100 people on the autism spectrum, and even the word ‘autism’ meaning different things to different people, it’s an issue educators must concern themselves with.
This week is Networkshop44, our annual technical event for network managers and technical staff, this year from the University of Manchester.
This week is Networkshop44, our annual technical event for network managers and technical staff, this year from the University of Manchester. The conference is in full swing, and delegates are enjoying informative sessions and exhibits aplenty.
Hear about the new Amazon Web Services (AWS) agreement removing data egress uncertainty for researchers
In a landmark move for research, AWS is waiving data egress charges for qualified researchers and academics in moving data out of the cloud - making it easier for the sector to use cloud services by offering more predictability in costs. The agreement has been reached through ongoing discussions with Jisc in the UK, GÉANT in Europe, and DLT in the United States.
Learning analytics specialist Niall Sclater has been working with a number of universities to help them with the legal and ethical issues they encounter when implementing learning analytics.
How should universities and colleges look after student data to comply with ethical and legal requirements?
Learning analytics specialist Niall Sclater has been speaking to experts about the legal and ethical issues around how colleges and universities should look after student data to comply with ethical and legal requirements. Hear what they had to say in our podcast.
Catch up on day two of Digifest 2016 as we talk to delegates and speakers who have been with us in Birmingham today.