New partnership enables Ministries and other Education Authorities to efficiently and cost effectively discover and acquire key digital learning resources for their school systems and facilitate discovery led, collaborative learning in the classroom.
This month saw the launch of Kortext’s university eBookStore – a service now available to all Higher Education institutions. With the support of Kortext, universities can set up their own branded eBookStore, giving their students access to 2 million eTextbooks from over 4,700 leading academic publishers such as Wiley, McGraw Hill and Oxford University Press.
Improvements to Kortext’s Library Acquisition Portal take centre stage, improving the user experience for university librarians as Kortext introduces its re-engineered Kortext Arcturus platform.
Before the pandemic hit in March 2020, many were dubious about the prospect of moving the world online. Despite having more technology than ever, we were told that turning up to the office or classroom was simply an inevitability if you didn’t want to miss out. Most of us are now a bit sick of
Today, UCAS has released their first set of official data following the June 30th application deadline, and the future continues to look bright for higher education. Applications this year have been remarkably robust, as predicted back in February during a Kortext webinar by Sir Steve Smith, former Vice Chancellor of University of Exeter and current International Education Champion. During
We are pleased to introduce ‘An Audience With…’, which will be a range of interviews based upon the future of teaching and learning. Beginning our series is educational pioneer and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, Sir Tim O’Shea. Back in March, we welcomed Sir Tim to the Kortext family as an Academic Advisor to advise