A recent report highlighs concerns raised by the QTU in response to plans for the replacement of an 18-year-old online learning platform.
55,000-word novels are now competing with 280-character tweets. If technology has changed the way audiences connect with stories, what does this mean about the communication skills.
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, women from the energy sector spoke with Melbourne school kids to encourage participation in STEM.
Learning with Google is a global live stream where you can hear the latest news and learn what's new with education products.
A new study from the University of South Australia highlights potential for longer-lasting after effects from a virtual reality (VR) workout.
The Commonwealth Scholarships Program for Young Australians offers up to $13,000 per year to study a vocational education and training qualification.
The Premier's Coding Challenge is an annual statewide initiative for all Queensland students in Year 3 to Year 10.
Victorian schools are getting a creative boost this year, thanks to a new arrangement designed to support local jobs in the wake of a difficult year.
Women in AI is a global network of female experts and professionals in the field of artificial intelligence, aiming to encourage participation.
NSW Department of Education tech website Technology 4 Learning is home to the Virtual Staffroom podcast.
RMIT and the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee have brought experts together to discuss building smart and sustainable cities.
Australian Parents for Climate Action (AP4CA) has renewed calls for the federal government to prioritise funding for solar panels on every school.
Students in Dubbo will be the first to benefit from the record-breaking investment in regional digital education.
Embracing innovation has helped many institutions around the world weather the storm of COVID-19.
The EDU in 90 video series continues to deliver, entering its eighth season with the latest instalment posted on the Google for Education YouTube channel.