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FUJITSU Innovation Hub launched at UWS Paisley Campus U


niversity of theWest of Scotland (UWS) is the first Higher Education institution in Scotland to open an Innovation Hub as part of Fujitsu’s dedicated Education Ambassador Programme for Scotland.


The hub, launched in UWS’ Paisley campus yesterday, puts technology at the heart of education, enhancing learning and teaching. It is designed to provide students with the skills required up-skilling the ers, among


next generation of nurses, social workers and teach to flourish in the workplace of the future therefore


others.


The programme, which is run by Fujitsu in partnership with Intel, NetApp and Ruckus Networks, provides a space for staff to experiment with technology in a supported


environment. students and


In line with UWS’ commitment to widening participation, the university will ensure members of the local community also benefit from the hub with plans to support a variety of activities for a range of local groups. This includes the upcoming UWS Summer STEM Academy which gives student primary teachers, STEM-subject academics, industry, and S5 pupils the chance to immerse themselves in STEMlearning.Whilst the first Paisley TeachMeet, designed to bring educators together from different contexts to share best practice, innovation and insight into teaching with technology, is also set to use the space when they get together in June.


As part of the programme, Fujitsu offers a course for staff to ensure they are best equipped to develop student skills in a number of areas highlighted as having the biggest impact on the jobs of tomorrow. These include: Internet of Things, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics and Big Data, Programming/Coding/ Robotics, AI and Cognitive Computing.


38 www.education-today.co.uk May 2019


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