85% of university students experienced learning loss in India last year

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Whilst students felt this loss accounted for 40 to 60% of learning, university leaders claimed the loss only impacted learning by 30 to 40%. Causes...

Insights from European student gaming survey: reboot your thinking

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Ask4 have just released a report alongside Red Brick Research called 'Gaming for Good' on the use of digital games in the context of...

Has COVID-19 improved access for the UK’s disabled students?

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Unprecedented - a word that has become all too familiar in 2020, taking centre stage in our day-to-day lives and featured in almost every...

Technology developments to improve access for disabled students

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Technologies being developed in Denmark and Qatar offer an exciting look into how university study could become more accessible for disabled students in the...

AdmitKard start-up helps Indian students prepare for study abroad

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The PIE News reports that AdmitKard, a start-up that helps Indian students to connect with over 1,000 universities across Australia, New Zealand, the UK,...

Swipe right: using tech to enhance student health and wellbeing

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From the Global Student Living Conference 2018. Head here to register your interest for future GSL conferences, and learn more about the GSL...

Remedying loneliness: a case for technology

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Want to combat loneliness? - there's an app for that. Students at the University of Essex have partnered with the app Umii, a mobile and...

YouTuber students recruited by Indonesian university

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A university in Indonesia is allowing YouTuber students to bypass entry exams if they fulfil certain criteria. The Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta (UPNVJ) will...

AI courses get £23million funding for National AI strategy

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The UK ranks number three globally for the level of capital investment in Artificial Intelligence (AI) companies which totalled almost £2.5billion in 2019. Home...

Belgian student creates affordable online textbook library for students

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Students can find expensive textbooks to be an early financial hurdle in their studies – so a Cambridge student has founded Perlego: an online streaming service...
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Disabled students suffer as temperatures soar

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Data from the latest Global Student Living Index survey of over 65,000 students across Europe shows that disabled students are 50% more likely than non-disabled students to report negative experiences of temperature in their accommodation.