More than 50,000 parents and carers accessed the free 'ORIGO at Home' mathematics resource within two weeks of the service being launched.
Increased time online comes with increased risk, leading the Australian eSafety Commissioner to release a raft of information and tools designed to minimise exposure to harm.
When educators needed to rapidly adapt to a shifting educational landscape, existing infrastructure limitations became immediately apparent. So too did the gaping chasm that is Australia's digital divide.
Schools are flocking to online education platforms as coronavirus impedes face-to-face learning.
Four hundred SA schools are now connected to high-speed, fibre-optic internet through the state government's $80 million 'SWiFT' project.
Lifelong learning in the workforce is going to be key to filling skills gaps, according to a new white paper from RMIT Online.
The Queensland Government is set to subsidise cyber safety resources for hundreds of schools across the state in a bid to reduce cyberbullying.
Amazon Web Services will host a series of webinars for Australian educators, showcasing how innovative cloud solutions are being used in the sector.
Subsidised cyber safety resources are set to reach hundreds of Queensland schools as part of a state government initiative.
RMIT's Blockchain Innovation Hub is set to get a new 'Blockchain Business Lab' as part of a $6 million investment from the university.
The ACT Government has delivered over 20,000 Chromebooks to public school students Years 7 to 12 in a bid to equalise learning opportunities.
Digital technology workers could soon gain a more targeted skill set under a new Skills Organisation pilot.
Employers, educators and schools could help secondary students make better informed career decisions, with the aid of the new 'schooltowork' website.
UOW Library is set to adopt Ex Libris' digital services in a bid to improve virtual browsing, resource accessibility, and library and faculty workflows.
Victorians hoping to study IT through the University of Adelaide can soon do so without leaving the state, thanks to its new Melbourne campus.