The 2023 Premier's Coding Challenge awards ceremony has been held in Brisbane, with 22 STEM students acknowledged.
A reimagined National Geographic MapMaker has been launched under a partnership between Esri and the National Geographic Society.
A smartphone app that was co-designed by students during pandemic lockdowns has been made available to staff and students at Monash University.
A partnership with Insync Solutions and Okta will deliver faster access to SA Department for Education applications.
Two-thirds of parents believe that AI could be used to teach children about money in the digital age, according to a new report.
Boarding school could be the answer for teenagers who use digital devices at night and struggle with sleep.
A program that aims to connect students to Indigenous scientific knowledge has been launched by the CSIRO and Chevron Australia.
A fear of missing out (FOMO) means young people are finding themselves unable to disconnect from social media, new research shows.
School safety and wellness solutions company Navigate360 is working to stop school shootings, bullying and teen suicide in US schools.
Increased emotional dysregulation could be the result of frequently using smartphones and tablets to calm children who are upset, new research suggests.
Winners have been announced for the 2022 Premier's Coding Challenge.
A comprehensive independent review will be carried out on the accreditation framework used for non-state schools in Queensland.
In the age of social media and smartphones, it is becoming more difficult for adults and children alike to retain their focus.
A new app created by the University of South Australia is helping parents plan the healthiest possible schedule for their kids.
An announcement by the NSW Opposition to restrict the use of mobile phones in high school classrooms has been welcomed by the Centre for Digital Wellbing.