Innovative 3D technology developed in Australia is delivering an authentic gallery experience for viewers of the 2021 ARTEXPRESS virtual exhibition.
A new study has analysed popular educational apps to evaluate the level of educational experience delivered and found that many are lacking.
New Zealand's Ministry of Education has announced a funding agreement of just under NZ$3m to boost STEM participation by Māori students.
Changes to Crystal Delta's Crane application have reduced course migration and uplift times down to days, rather than weeks and months.
Brisbane-based ORIGO Education has been named a finalist in the international EdTech Digital Cool Tool Awards for its Big Books series.
A new report suggests that social media profiling of teens is out of step with community expectations.
The Australian Early Development Census is conducted every three years to provide a national measurement to monitor Australian children's development.
NSW is set to lead the nation in developing a digital learner profile, with students invited to co-design their 'education passport'.
Digital student job and internship matching platform Ribit has announced an education partnership with the Melbourne Institute of Technology.
From ABC Education, the Days in Conflict series of six interactive documentaries tells the story of Australia's wartime record in WWI.
Teach is a new podcast featuring open discussion on the trials and triumphs of life as an educator in South Australia.
A QTU survey of 12,000 teachers and school leaders prompted a 'right to disconnect' from digital communications campaign to alleviate workload.
A new Planet Classroom Network podcast outlines how technology, ingenuity, individual commitment and action can reverse threats of climate change.
South Australian company Makers Empire will enhance its educational design software and equip more school students with 3D printing.
The team at Google Workspace for Education is offering administrators and educators the chance to test out potential new features.