Security: signing in

20th February 2020

It’s important to know who’s coming in and out of the school at any given time – which is why signing in and out, and restricting access to specific areas, is vital How do you [read more]

Bett 2020: the highlights

13th February 2020

We touch on some of the highlights of this year’s Bett show, and introduce Bett’s own overview of the three-day event For three days at the Excel in London (20-22 January), exhibitors and experts discussed [read more]

The edtech revolution

10th February 2020

Edtech’s impact on education continues to grow, and it is revolutionising the sector. However, education is still late to the party, as other sectors are much more technologically advanced. So, what does the edtech revolution [read more]

Economical edtech

7th February 2020

The British Educational Suppliers Association have reported that the biggest challenge for secondary schools when it comes to edtech is budget constraints. Here are a few ways you can make your edtech budget stretch further [read more]

Destroying data: GDPR compliance

21st January 2020

Despite GDPR regulations coming into force over a year ago, trying to make sure you are continuously being 100% GDPR compliant can seem like an overwhelming, never-ending challenge. The easiest way to do this is [read more]

AI in the classroom

6th January 2020

Does AI have a place in the classroom? What is it? How do you feel about it? Artificial intelligence is well on its way to becoming a staple of the classroom – so much so [read more]

The impact of ‘always on’ technology

3rd January 2020

David Price, CEO and workplace wellbeing expert at Health Assured, highlights some of the issues with the ‘always on’ technology culture we live in Technology is everywhere. Just 10 years ago, smartphones were beginning to [read more]

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