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Welcome to the innovations issue of Education Technology.

In this edition, we hear how educators can save money and the planet by repurposing tech, how social mobility in STEM can help the economy, and industrys most desired tech skills.

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The Report this month investigates the use of social media as a learning and teaching tool, and whether it has a place in formal education. See what we found out on page 44.

Read our exclusive interview with founder and CEO of student finance app Blackbullion, Vivi Friedgut, about practical approaches to financial education, the rising costs of HE, and whether edtech can catch up to fintech. Hear what Vivi had to say on these topics and more on page 56.

In our Diary and Last Word op-eds this month, we get an insight into why social diversity in STEM needs to be addressed now, from in2scienceUKs Rebecca McKelvey, and Tyfys Emily Goodwin asks whether existing university mentoring schemes are still up to muster. You can see these on pages 7 and 62 respectively.

This month sees our inaugural buyers guide, a whole section dedicated to whats on the market right now. In our first edition, we look at interactive screens and round up some of the sectors leading providers to talk about what they offer. Check it out at the centre of the mag on page 29.

Our illustrated timeline looks at how the concept of the smart campus has influenced HE around the world. See what we found on page 60.

As always, were also reporting on all the latest news for schools, colleges and universities, both in the UK and beyond. News starts on page 9.

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Thanks for reading!

Charley RogersEditor

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