Jisc is delighted to announce that Ashley Wheaton, principal of University College of Estate Management, has joined as a trustee.
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.
We are looking for 50 edtech startups with solutions to some of the biggest challenges in education.
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.
As part of efforts to strengthen its offer for further education (FE) members, Jisc has appointed Debra Gray, the principal of Grimsby Institute, as a trustee.
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.
The agreement allows open access publishing in 44 IOPP journals and removes article publication charges for authors.
Jisc and five UK-based society publishers have signed pilot transitional open access (OA) agreements, now available to UK universities.
There are many benefits to being on social media for educators and academics – not least the ability to keep peers, employers and funders aware of what you’re doing – but an online public presence is not without its security risks.