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Jisc Digifest 2019 Hackathon – insider views

Hopefully you will have seen Peter Cliff’s blog post below on our recent hackathon, which was a huge success and a really enjoyable experience. Now its time to hear from one of the participants, Nathaniel Reed from the winning Hull University team on what their experience was like. The hull team spent the two days […]

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A view from inside the student design sprint

Well we had a great week in Birmingham. It was an intoxicating week with lots of enthusiasm and great ideas from the students. One of our student teams ‘App to the Future’ completed a vlog over the week have a look and see inside from their point of view.  Thanks Brad, Jake and Luke. All of the […]

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Student Design Sprint and Hackathon

I am looking forward to welcoming 12 teams of students to Aston Conference Centre in August for five days ed tech fun and some series design and development. This is my 6th year of running student ed tech activity over the summer, we started the Summer of Student Innovation in 2013, each year it has […]

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Get involved with our Intelligent campus hackathon

As part of our edtech launchpad programme we are looking for student teams from universities and colleges across the UK to join us in building the campus of the future. The aim of the hackathon is for student teams to design, develop and build “something” that would benefit students in the world that is the […]

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Introducing Edtech Launchpad

  Edtech Launchpad is about supporting students, start-ups and companies to develop new edtech ideas.  Its split into three parts: Student ideas competition open to all UK students 16+, judged in categories schools, colleges, universities – Summer 2018 – register your interest now. Follow the conversation on Twitter using #studentideas Running for the fourth time our start-ups competition open to […]