OEB 2015 Friday Plenaries

The Friday plenaries brought together expert speakers from around the world to share their perspectives on a pertinent issue facing technology supported learning and training, through insightful keynote speeche...

All eyes on student data privacy

It is a generally accepted truth that the growth of big data has had a negative knock-on effect on privacy. And whilst it’s the more high profile data breaches that stick in your mind – take last year’s infamous Sony Pictures hack – in 2014, higher education i...
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Big data and the Internet of (School) Things

The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) with its data collection potential and promising business forecast – McKinsey Global Institute reports that the IoT business will deliver $6.2 trillion of revenue by 2025 – is generating a next big things hype. Not just exciting ...
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E-Learning takes the limelight

As e-learning has developed over the last two decades, it has become a vital part of government policy across the world. Edtech, as the European Commission made clear at ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2013, is becoming es...