COVID: top5 HE edtech media informing the sector

Written by Rebecca Paddick

We take a look at the top 5 higher education, edtech publications, keeping universities and suppliers informed throughout the pandemic

With a readership of more than 18 million, THE remains the UK leader covering global higher education news, views and reviews. In recent weeks, it has shown to be the go-to place for the very latest HE Covid-19 related news and developments. Top content:


Wonkhe (pronounced wonky) is the home of higher education for those who work in and around universities and anyone interested and engaged in higher education policy, people and politics. Wonkhe is renowned for its in-depth sector thought leadership, and has produced some of the most interesting opinion pieces on the pandemic in recent weeks. It’s also got a podcast, which has included lots of Covid-19 news and views. Top content:


UB tracks everything from sustainability goals in campus architecture to government policy developments, and features the latest news, appointments, blogs and opinions from leading figures across the UK higher education sector. It’s dedicated a lot of editorial resource to Covid-19 in recent weeks, and has produced a range of news and views on the subject. Top content:


A sister publication to University Business, ET remains one of the leading voices of all things edtech. A monthly magazine is produced alongside its digital channels, which features news, blogs, reviews and videos from across the education sector, including primary and secondary schools, higher education and special educational needs. The ET team has created a dedicated section for Covid-19 on its website, which has been recently redesigned. Top content:


Renowned for its in-depth coverage of international education news, The PIE is a business forum for all professionals in international education, containing daily news, features and interviews with key industry figures. In recent months, it has been learning about the perspective of education institutions as they chart a new business course through coronavirus and navigate new expectations in their business relationships. Top content:


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