The New Era of Education

Twenty years after the dot.com crashed, the public space is becoming as digital and interactive as Jetson imagined. Fortunately, our classrooms still have teachers not robots, but the students might right now be all over the country. Maybe 2020 is the year for Virtual Reality, but it is definitely clear that schools, museums and historical locations need to embrace digital forms to engage, educate and visualise.

Educational technology has changed the way we think about learning, so with a number of different options, should we change the way we think about data when we assess the options?

Children’s data, when analysed securely can improve learning outcomes, and the best models embrace privacy and security by design.

Principal Consultant, Natasha Singh, has written a piece to guide you through some of the main considerations with regards to securing children’s sensitive data To read her Thought Leadership Paper on The New Era of Education where she provides her insight on best practice in education and data privacy.

Click the link below to download her paper:

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Following the most recent government guidance, we are asking all but essential staff to work remotely. Consequently, for the time being, we will no longer be hosting meetings at our London and Dublin offices, though we will continue to provide our services as normal.

Visit our Coronavirus Information Page for full details of the procedures we are adhering to and who to contact if you have any questions