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Explicit instruction provides dramatic benefits in learning to read

Research led by academics at Royal Holloway, University of London, published today, Friday, 26 February 2021 in Psychological Science contributes to an intense debate about how best to teach children to read.

Online learning during a pandemic: the digital shift at Bournemouth & Poole College

Keith Ball, ILT Technical Officer at Bournemouth & Poole College (@BPCollege) talks about the challenges brought on by the pandemic and the roll out of online and remote solutions to its students and teachers.

University of London launches next-gen property rental app for Students

@LondonU (UoL) students now have the ability to choose, secure and pay for their home for the academic year using an app which gives access to available private rented accommodation in thousands of properties across the city.

The learner’s journey – during COVID-19 and beyond

Tracking the digital learning environment (DLE) during a student’s learning journey, and examining how such technology is supporting HE during the pandemic:

AR and VR in education is incredibly exciting... but is it necessary?

Dave Kenworthy, Director of Digital Services at CoSector – University of London, argues that whilst immersive technologies undoubtedly have merit, we should be turning our attention to other solutions in the sector with a stronger potential to improve the learning experience for all:

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