The Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR), and Jisc’s OpenDOAR service which is a global directory of academic open access repositories, today released a joint roadmap for the further development for OpenDOAR as an international, community-driven repository directory.
A three-year plan has been launched that aims to “provide digital services that elevate the further education and skills sector’s ability to serve people as lifelong learners”.
Dr Marie Moe was in the skies above the Netherlands, on the way to speak at a cyber security conference, when she suddenly realised something was going very wrong with her pacemaker.
Security is an issue for everyone. That’s the overarching message pushed out by the team at Oxford Brookes University while implementing its first dedicated information and cyber security strategy.
Today, Jisc and BibliU have announced a joint offer to provide UK libraries with a flexible and sustainable e-textbook programme.
Jisc and the Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced two three-year open access (OA) agreements that allow researchers to publish in PLOS journals without incurring article processing charges (APCs).
The skills required to thrive in today’s workplace have shifted in response to technological advances over the past few years and education providers have a duty to flex and adapt to employers’ demands.
College partners with Jisc and Barco to build trailblazing ‘virtual classroom’ to support West of England Institute of Technology
In September 2020, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) warned about a spike in ransomware attacks on universities, colleges and schools, and the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) announced a 50% increase in public reports of online child sexual abuse in the three months following lockdown.
Jisc supports the University of Buckingham to launch ground-breaking degree that truly embraces technology
From virtual reality excursions back in time, to personalised learning and assessment methods and chatbot support, the University of Buckingham has today unveiled a ground-breaking tech-enhanced ‘big history’ course.