A wide range of digital products such as mobile apps, gadgets and wristbands, along with coaches and support groups will be used for this program.
The collective state of UK’s working youth, full-time students, and higher education institutions presented challenges – most of which gave birth to other platforms of learning and skills development. Moocs or massive open online courses are the current favourite in today’s learning platform menu. Evolving Moocs Moocs arrived at the time when educational stakeholders were […]
Do you need a hint? Okay, it is definitely not a robot. Keith Perry of The Telegraph called it an “IT system” and is foreseen to address students’ need to have someone remind them about their paper’s status, their deadlines, or missed exams. The technology was named, “Exceptional Student Experience.” It was developed by IBM […]
Internet giant Google will distribute 15,000 microcomputers to schools around the UK through the Raspberry Pi Foundation in a move to inspire a new generation of computer scientists. The Raspberry Pi, an extremely popular machine that is only about the size of a credit card has inspired the creativity of educators, electronic appliance tinkerers and […]
Today’s student has one very useful and powerful tool not available to previous generations: technology. Not only can you use a laptop or PC to write your coursework, make presentations and store files, you can also use applications for mobile devices to improve your productivity, help navigate the area where you work or study, manage […]
PA Consulting Group, a company specialising in IT management is partnering with the Raspberry Pi Foundation, creator of the Raspberry Pi in issuing a challenge to schools, universities and businesses in the UK to invent a computer programme that will benefit the world. The invention could, for example, benefit the environment, enable the delivery of […]