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...

Gaming technologies: the new way to help students learn quickly

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“To make science accessible, we need to do more than simply tell students what it is we discovered. We need to help them discover...

Australian students benefit from digitised university libraries

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Australian higher education has been a promoter for decades of the way in which the digitised library improves accessibility, openness and discovery for students. Now...

German students have mixed opinions on ‘first robot lecturer’, Yuki

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English linguistics students at the University of Marburg are the first in Germany to be taught by a robot. Humanoid robot Yuki is the...

Automation opportunities for Australian students – if universities can keep up

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Nearly half of current Australian work activities will be automated by the year 2030, according to a McKinsey and Company report. This could result...

Digital empowerment for students: the University of Lincoln’s pioneering approach

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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...

US online census – benefiting students, disenfranchising minorities?

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In a move that will benefit the 'digital native' generation of students, the next US census will be largely conducted online, in a bid...

Mexico’s growing demand for online education

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According to Estudio de Educación en Línea AIMX (Study of Online Education AIMX), 97% of Mexican web surfers are studying or are interested in...

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...
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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.