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Remote education inquiry focuses on schools and further ed

25 August, 2020

Two roundtable public hearings on Wednesday, 26 August will investigate barriers to accessing quality, affordable schooling and further education.


nbn and the future of digital education — are you ready?

13 August, 2020

Recent circumstances have highlighted huge gaps in the preparedness of many educational institutions in their goal to fully embrace digital learning.


Regional connectivity funding to boost remote education

10 August, 2020

Applications have opened for the government-funded Regional Connectivity Program.


Creating a 21st-century learning environment

14 July, 2020

Glasshouse Christian College is leading the way in education through technology, creating an environment that encourages innovation, entrepreneurship and community mindedness, utilising collaborative technologies, social media and online resources.


Connectivity solutions for education

01 July, 2020

COVID-19 has created an unprecedented demand for connectivity, and Australians are no longer content with the "coming soon" approach.


SWiFT internet program delivers high-speed connection

26 June, 2020

Nearly every school in South Australia now has a high-speed internet connection, thanks to the SWiFT internet program.


Appian announces CampusPass solution for universities

25 June, 2020

CampusPass enables university administrators to coordinate the complexities of returning their community to campus while prioritising health, safety, and data privacy in the wake of COVID-19.


Education innovator program

16 June, 2020

The Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Expert program is a thriving community of passionate educators, dedicated to learning, growing and working together to change the lives of students.


NZ schools to deploy Wi-Fi 6

15 June, 2020

Two and a half thousand New Zealand schools will soon enjoy higher data rates and increased capacity.


4 reasons for disruptive technological change in the new norm

01 June, 2020

Disruptive technologies refers to innovation which involves significant change impacting a business, sector or service that endeavours to provide a better outcome.


Vertiv supports education of disadvantaged kids

28 May, 2020

Vertiv has said it will donate a percentage of its sales to assist the educational needs of disadvantaged children in Australia and New Zealand.


Asymptomatic testing in schools

25 May, 2020

Students and teachers at WA public schools are being tested for COVID-19 as part of the state-funded Detect population study focused on asymptomatic individuals.


Connected in crisis

25 May, 2020

The University of Auckland reacted quickly to ensure students remained connected while learning from home during recent lockdowns.


Govt inquiry into COVID-19 impact on education

18 May, 2020

An expanded government inquiry is inviting submissions on the impact of COVID-19 on Australian education.


Disadvantaged students get a helping hand

11 May, 2020

Started before the current pandemic, a program designed to help disadvantaged secondary schools has been opening doors.


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