For the first time, and with input from Jisc, a code of ethics has been created for all professionals working in product/computer security incident response teams (PSIRTs and CSIRTs) in all sectors, including education and research.
From creating a recycling superhero to investigating how to treat a homeless person with lung disease. We’ve been helping the University of Portsmouth improve the student experience through collaborative working and by making learning fun and engaging.
The volatile nature of geo-politics - particularly in the Middle East - means that as I write, it’s a difficult time to identify the existential threats of nation state cyber crime to our sector. And very tricky indeed to invest smartly and wisely to provide a balanced approach to cyber resilience.
A team at the University of Bristol is revolutionising the way vaccines are developed, paving the way for faster and more effective vaccines against diseases for which there is currently no means of prevention.
Digital technologies have brought great opportunities: new methods of communication, different ways to connect with others, and easy access to information. In this blog, I explore how to manage the negative side of digital interactions.
The University of Reading published an institutional Statement on Open Research in January 2019 which we hoped would encourage best practice and help to establish a flourishing open research (OR) culture.
Robert Darby, research data manager at the University of Reading
Jisc is working with five leading developers of immersive experiences to bring virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) into the classroom and lecture theatre, helping to transform teaching and learning and make Education 4.0 a reality.