Unit4's analysts sessions at its Connect event were revealing of a company that is transitioning in its key markets but which needs to be more aggressive in its marketing.
The first fully social media native generation of kids is passing through school, but without assistance in learning the necessary online skills to keep them informed and safe. Would a digital tzar be the answer?
The UK’s higher education sector is now subject to market forces like never before. But could mobile, flexible and social learning provide the answer to helping universities succeed?
Declara CEO Ramona Pierson has an amazing survival story. But the most interesting chapter is how she's channeled those lessons into a push to re-invent education. We talked about the disconnect between education and digital careers, and how an AI-powered learning platform can help.
Circle the Schools offers $100,000 grants to improve IT education and tackle the STEM crisis.
Moving student records, donor management and now financials to the cloud is helping Camfed support a million girls in rural Africa through secondary school
University student information systems need innovative upgrades to meet the expectations of today's digital natives, writes Unit4's Jami Morshed
A timely reminder that the notion that there’s a breed of work-ready digital natives lurking in the wings is flawed and that we mustn't overlook this digital demographic.
Computer science for less privileged children - a conversation with Vandana Sikka, Infosys Foundation USA
The Infosys Foundation USA is lending a hand to help less privileged children get access to computer science education.
The UK government wants your ideas to help shape Digital Britain. So why choose the middle of the Christmas break to announce it? Anyone would think it was just a PR gesture...
Our educational systems are falling dangerously short on digital literacy. Startup Youth Digital is taking tech education one step further by teaching kids not just how to code - but how to create. Here's CEO Justin Richards' eight keys to better online teaching.
The Prime Minister took the stage at CBI's annual conference in London this week to talk about unicorns, Tech City and the UK's poor broadband infrastructure.