Sony launches AI-based solution for education

02 November, 2020 | Supplied by: Sony Australia Limited

Sony Australia has launched what it says is a unique remote learning solution, catering to schools and universities in times of COVID-19 restrictions.


VR a game changer for intellectual disability

30 October, 2020

A new virtual reality (VR) program developed by the University of South Australia is poised to help children overcome learning difficulties.


Victoria appoints ambassador for STEM education

29 October, 2020

STEM has been pushed to the forefront with the appointment of the Victorian Government's Ambassador for STEM Education. 


Tech solution supports student mental health

28 October, 2020

Australian tech services provider Data#3 has announced a partnership with Gaggle, a US-based provider of student safety and wellbeing solutions.


Accelerator delivers future skills education

27 October, 2020

The Future Minds Accelerator has taken future skills courses to K-12 students and educators in regional WA.


STEM influence uneven before school even starts

26 October, 2020

A new study has found that STEM television programming aimed at three- to six-year-olds in the US shows race and gender bias.


Tech school students ahead of the game

23 October, 2020

A program designed to solve problems in a real-world context prepared Casey Tech School students for the current pandemic.


IRIS Software Group acquires school management system

22 October, 2020

The iSAMS web-based management information system is designed to streamline all aspects of school administration.


TasTAFE investing in campus and facility upgrades

21 October, 2020

New ICT labs are among infrastructure investment projects for Tasmania's TasTAFE.


Making maths more meaningful via online platform

20 October, 2020

A new online maths platform promises to change the way problem-solving skills are taught.


Uni degree redesign to focus on digital literacy post-COVID

19 October, 2020

Digital literacy and a technology focus are increasingly important attributes for graduates.


Finding a place for AI in science education

16 October, 2020

A new review says there is potential for machine learning to revolutionise the assessment aspect of science education


Banning devices not the answer, study shows

16 October, 2020

New research shows students underestimate the negative impact of simultaneous electronic device use while learning.


Using AR to explore 'new' worlds

15 October, 2020

Design students at RMIT have been exploring new worlds throughout 2020 thanks to the AR U Ready? app.


Guide to creating inclusive STEM classrooms launched

13 October, 2020

A new online research-informed guide hopes to support schools and educators to positively engage students in STEM and address gender disparities.


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