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What's Inside?

What Does Virtual Reality Mean For Education?


Virtual Reality, it seems to be everywhere, but what does it mean for education? How can educators make sure that it is a good investment to enhance learning? Becky Sage, discusses the implications of VR in Education.

Teaching today’s students to be tomorrow’s entrepreneur

Simply Do Ideas is a new online platform which supports the development and growth of earlystage business ideas.

Why games are no longer just child’s play

Encouraging games creation can develop vital skills and propel careers development, says BAFTA.

The touchable universe: How haptic technology can improve learning

Sean McDougall, a founder member of the Touchable Universe consortia, explains how the emerging technology of haptics can enable students to have more realistic learning experiences.

How to recognise “fake news”

With so many impressionable young people devouring online content every single day, how do they tell what’s real, what’s fake?

Shakespeare’s London Bus Trip through time

The UK’s first multi-sensory bus tour transports pupils back into Shakespearian London for the ultimate school trip!


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