ACT students prepped to combat cybercrime

31 March, 2021

Cybersecurity is on the radar for today's — and tomorrow's — jobseekers.

US partnership takes STEM to the skies

30 March, 2021

A US partnership between Draganfly and Woz ED will see the deployment of 3000 drones in 2021 across a national K-12 curriculum.

Preventing collusion in online exams

30 March, 2021

Cheating has always been a concern for educators; even more so in a world of remote learning and online testing where student collusion flourishes. 

How COVID increased education gap for First Nations children

29 March, 2021

First Nations households are suffering a yawning digital divide with the rest of Australia and COVID-19 has widened this gap.

Can artificial intelligence create art?

29 March, 2021

As machines become more sophisticated, will artificial intelligence be the evolution or the end of art?

$9.2m investment in SA 'space' school

29 March, 2021

Adelaide's Hamilton Secondary College is recognised as a leader in space and STEM education, and is slated for a $9.2 million upgrade.

Chrome Education Upgrade

29 March, 2021

Chromebooks are available in an array of form factors from a host of hardware vendors and are a perennial favourite of education sector IT departments.

Chatbot designed to boost student mental health

24 March, 2021

A new Australian-first chatbot has been launched to provide students with psychoeducational and wellbeing support to encourage positive mental health.

Can STEM students tackle climate change with green tech?

23 March, 2021

A new Planet Classroom Network podcast outlines how technology, ingenuity, individual commitment and action can reverse threats of climate change.

Cyber-safety co acquires phone stores to bundle offering

22 March, 2021

Child cyber-safety specialist SafeToNet has acquired 77 German mobile phone stores in a bid to pre-load or bundle its online safety software.

Funding for SA software co a win for students

19 March, 2021

South Australian company Makers Empire will enhance its educational design software and equip more school students with 3D printing.

Edtech company named Aus National Service Provider of PISA

18 March, 2021

Janison Education Group has been accredited as the Australian NSP for the PISA for Schools assessment.

The do your :bit challenge is on!

17 March, 2021

Entrants are challenged to let their imagination go wild and to combine creativity and technology to come up with solutions for the UN's Global Goals.

Big Science Competition free to schools Australia-wide

16 March, 2021

One of Australia's biggest national science competitions is being offered to schools and students across Australia free of charge for the first time.

Early access to new Google Workspace for Education features

15 March, 2021

The team at Google Workspace for Education is offering administrators and educators the chance to test out potential new features.

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