Fosway Group have announced their latest incarnation of the European Realities research with the launch of their 2017 survey.
Partnering with Learning Technologies, Fosway claims the research is looking to get beyond the hype to uncover the whats, wheres, hows and whys of digital learning today.
Jisc have launched a competition to find innovative technology solutions to improve education, research and student life.
Previously known as the Summer of Student Innovation, the competition is in its fifth year and sees successful entrants receive a grant and support to develop their education technology ideas.
Following a profits warning in September, the outsourcing specialist Capita have announced a new operating and management structure to ensure they have the "right focus, structure and management teams" in place moving forward.
Derry based Learning Pool has acquired Mind Click, the e-learning company which has offices in Nottingham and Brighton.
Pearson have announced a collaboration with Microsoft to explore the power of mixed reality to solve real challenges in areas of learning, ranging from online tutoring and coaching, nursing education, and engineering to construction and surveyor training.
IMS Global Learning Consortium, the Mozilla Foundation, and Collective Shift/LRNG have announced an agreement for IMS Global to become the organization responsible for advancing the development, transferability, and market adoption of the Open Badges specification beginning January 1, 2017.
Following an initial investment in December, Unicorn Training has taken a majority stake in Amuzo, to bring the BAFTA-nominated games studio under the Unicorn corporate umbrella.
Firefly Learning has secured the biggest series A funding that the UK Edtech sector has ever witnessed.
The online tool, which can be used by teachers, students and parents, has raised £4.5 million from BGF Ventures and Beringea, with BGF Ventures’ contribution of £3 million making it the leading investor.
A new 'professional learning passport' for teachers and lecturers has gone live in Wales. The passport will help school and college staff record, monitor and reflect on their professional learning and development.
gLearn builds on GamEffective's award winning gamification platform and lets companies use their own content to author interactive learning materials and push them to users.
The Board of NetDimension have confirmed that it has received an unsolicited approach which may, or may not, lead to an offer being made for the entire issued share capital of the Company.
CogBooks, a UK-based education technology business, has raised £1.25m from existing investors Nesta Impact Investments, DC Thomson and the Scottish Investment Bank, the investment arm of Scottish Enterprise. The investment will be used to accelerate expansion in the UK and US higher education markets.
The City & Guilds Group buys Adelaide-based e3Learning as Open University Australia decides to focus on higher education.
LTG, the AIM-listed e-learning business, have posted half year revenue of £12.8m, a 50 per cent increase from £8.4m a year earlier.
The City & Guilds Group has announced the creation of a new digital credentialing services business, following the acquisition of Makewaves. Digitalme – a not-for-profit organisation – will also become part of the City & Guilds Group. The new business will be known solely as Digitalme.
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