A new online research-informed guide hopes to support schools and educators to positively engage students in STEM and address gender disparities.
Speech recognition systems don't effectively recognise voice patterns of younger technoloigy users. A new project from UNSW aims to rectify that issue.
A new competition will enable students to create an augmented reality experience that documents how they spent time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new report highlights discrepancies between professionals when defining and discussing STEM, risking the benefits offered by STEM integrated learning.
An artificial intelligence (AI) system has been developed by Monash University researchers to help determine the best teaching positions for educators.
As technology use in the education sector has boomed, so too has the capactity for data capture and analysis.
Recent fast-paced change has led Microsoft to partner with The Economist Intelligence Unit to develop the Staff of 2030: Future-Ready Teaching report.
Australian Catholic University (ACU) has selected Microsoft to assist with digital transformation plans designed to provide a foundation for excellence in research, service, learning and teaching.
The convergence of EdTech and STEM pedagogy is on the cusp of delivering on long-held educational ideals.
Researchers at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University have demonstrated how artificial intelligence can be used to teach computers how to teach.
One in eight Australian Year 10 STEM classes is taught by teachers outside their field of expertise, according to a national report.
A university has applied innovative solutions to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions while networking 300 campus buildings and a further external 170 buildings.