ProtectED: a national accreditation scheme for student safety and wellbeing at UK universities

ProtectED: a national accreditation scheme for student safety and wellbeing at UK universities
Many young people experience mixed feelings at this time of year – poised to embark on an exciting life at university while wondering how they will cope with living independently, managing finances, making friends and keeping up with coursework. These worries are completely understandable and often subside in time. However, some student safety and wellbeing concerns continue to make higher education headlines, suggesting that universities must act to address them.
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The edtech evolution

The edtech evolution
Our Head of Solutions Tania and I contributed to a University Business article which looks at the impact edtech is having in higher education and how these technologies may develop in the future. Here’s an extract which includes our views on current edtech use and predictions of upcoming trends.
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How to design visual learning resources for neurodiverse students

How to design visual learning resources for neurodiverse students
Over a decade ago, a group of autistic individuals coined the term neurodiversity in an attempt to redefine their identity. With this term, autistic individuals asserted their right to be liberated from the bounding shackles of negative expectations.
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An introduction to Generation Z for higher education marketers and recruiters

An introduction to Generation Z for higher education marketers and recruiters
Colin Cheng is Strategic Digital Account Director at MintTwist, an award-winning, a full-service digital agency in London. He explains what makes members of Generation Z distinctive and what universities must do to engage with this demographic.
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