The ACT Government has delivered over 20,000 Chromebooks to public school students Years 7 to 12 in a bid to equalise learning opportunities.
Employers, educators and schools could help secondary students make better informed career decisions, with the aid of the new 'schooltowork' website.
Digital technology workers could soon gain a more targeted skill set under a new Skills Organisation pilot.
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.
From February 2020, Crown-owned company N4L will start upgrading schools' wireless internet as part of the NZ Government's Te Mana Tūhono program.
Edith Cowan University has migrated 96% of its workloads from a half Windows-based, half Linux-based arrangement to Microsoft's Azure.
Australian students are keen to learn via new technologies and prioritising STEM-based education in preparation for future jobs, according to new research.
TAFE SA has opened South Australia's first cybersecurity training centre to support its fast-growing Certificate IV in Cyber Security course.
Cyborg psychologist, robot mechanic, algorithm interpreter, shadowtech manager – they sound like something out of science fiction, but according to a new report, these are the jobs of the future.
Job prospects in Australia's growing ICT sector remain strong — but only in emerging sectors such as cybersecurity and robotics.
A new Sydney Quantum Academy is being established as part of an initiative between four leading NSW universities.