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Let's not get ahead of ourselves! Balancing the bleeding edge with practical adoption remains a huge enterprise tech challenge This article is sponsored by:

AI, ChatGPT, the Metaverse - the future's bright...but is the enterprise tech buy side ready to adopt?

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UCL - London’s ‘Global University’ - improves employee experience with user-led design and low-code This article is sponsored by:

Zensar subsidiary Foolproof helps end user frustration with a previously overly complex HR application access at UCL

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Coventry University takes an educated approach to data integration with MuleSoft This article is sponsored by:

Legacy systems can prevent universities from creating the digital services that undergraduates require, so Coventry is using MuleSoft to create a fresh approach to business change.

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AI-powered video curation makes learning more accessible This article is sponsored by: Oracle logo © Oracle

Students have a range of different learning styles - but adapting materials into video content can be expensive. Oracle's Michael Hickins looks into the use of machine learning technology to improve the learning experience.

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Exams in England could soon be taken digitally, as COVID-19 inspires broader use of education technology This article is sponsored by:

Ofqual - England’s qualifications and exams regulator - has set out a new three year plan, which looks at the opportunity of on-screen assessment.

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Diversity and inclusion in STEM education - access to role models and inspiring experiences are key This article is sponsored by:

Experts provide evidence to the Science and Technology Committee about how Britain can both improve take up of STEM, and attract more teachers to the subjects, from people with more diverse backgrounds.

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Joining the Dots - UK tech leaders band together to fight digital poverty This article is sponsored by:

How CIOs, CTOs, policy and educational experts, along with business and sports stars, are coming together to tackle digital poverty

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Dreamforce 2021 - one USC, one digital campus, one Slack use case from the University of Southern California This article is sponsored by:

The University of Southern California wanted a connected world anyway, but COVID focused thinking significantly.

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The UK A-Level ‘COVID-19 algorithm fiasco’ and lessons for the enterprise This article is sponsored by:

Influential think tank Institute for Government has broken down exactly what went wrong with the A-Level algorithm during the COVID-19 pandemic - and there are lessons for business.

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Unit4 targets $10 billion valuation as it gears up customers and partners for ERPx This article is sponsored by:

As Unit4 moves ahead under new ownership, CEO Mike Ettling tells us how it plans to achieve a $10 billion valuation as customers move onto its ERPx platform

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Colby College blazes an AI trail in liberal arts education, with the launch of the Davis Institute This article is sponsored by:

Liberal arts education faces a difficult future, yet too many colleges cling to their status quo. Not so at Colby College. Here's what I learned about their groundbreaking initiative to integrate AI and ethics into their program, via the Davis Institute.

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COVID-19 - lower income students suffer the most with remote learning This article is sponsored by:

A report from the National Audit Office has highlighted that the digital divide in the UK runs deep, with lower income families facing a broad range of learning challenges during COVID-19.

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