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By Marketing Team

Kortext at the heart of global digital learning transition

September 2, 2019

Here at Kortext, we pride ourselves on being a 21st century learning and analytics platform, integrating into learning ecosystems around the world, helping learners, educators, publishers and librarians achieve more. Our digital footprint has found its mark amidst some monumental, worldwide transitions, contributing to the modern transformation of some prolific higher education institutions (HEI), providing

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By Marketing Team

Study Skills: how to quickly find resources for your essay

August 19, 2019

Not only does going to university mean dealing with a new lifestyle but also handling new tasks such as writing assignments. At first, writing academic papers can be a daunting task for students who aren’t used to these types of academic activities. If you feel lost every time your lecturer asks you to write an

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Student lifestyle: what to do this summer

July 24, 2019

The best season of the year has come – summer is an amazing time for many university students: exams are done and you’ve plenty of free time to do what you really enjoy. Apart from spending a whole afternoon watching your favourite series on Netflix or sleeping until late every day, you should make the

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Student Struggling with University Pressure
By Marketing Team

Is there too much pressure to go to university?

July 23, 2019

Every year, school leavers are faced with an important decision: what next? There’s a whole variety of pathways, yet, shockingly, 50% of young people feel pressured to go to uni. A survey of recent school-leavers showed that half of the UK’s 18-24 year olds experienced pressure to pursue further education rather than exploring vocational options. Six out of

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How can we reduce the carbon footprint of universities?

July 22, 2019

How many millions of people travel each day to attend their lectures? How much accommodation is built yearly to house the influx of students? And how many physical sources are going to be needed due to the demand for university courses? We’re not eco-warriors, and we’re not here to tell you to cycle to work,

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