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ADIA welcomes Australian Government's greater focus on digital literacy
“Everyone in Australia should be able to make full use of digital technologies. We look forward to working with the Government as it implements its commitment."
New Horizons invests in Australia's workforce, seeks to close skills gap
“Growing and developing the new digitally literate workforce and the associated leadership, requires a comprehensive approach to training."
Affordable digital training that works for you
Bringyourlaptop.com have made it easy and affordable for you to increase your digital skill set and get ahead of the competition.
Opinion: Phonics more important than ever in a digital age
Massey University children's literacy specialist Tom Nicholson discusses how spelling is even more relevant in a digital age than ever before.
Robots can be programmed in the playground with Swift
"More than 1 million kids and adults from around the world are already using Swift Playgrounds to learn the fundamentals of coding."
Teachers get tech for breakfast at Hutt Valley STEMM
"Science is the key to our future. We need more scientists, but we need them to be able to create, collaborate and be digitally literate."
Warehouse Stationery looks to keep handwriting alive in digital world
“The Get New Zealand Writing initiative is a fun way to focus on the importance of writing in a child’s life."
Kiwi company leaps into education market with digital literacy tool
Kiwi company Bud-e Digital has launched Bud-e Reading, the literacy product targeted at New Zealand students and designed to be exportable.
Story telling goes digital for Ngātiwai
Ngātiwai stories are being told through three interactive digital applications launched by the Ngātiwai Trust Board, with a further 11 digital resources planned as part of the project.
Digital literacy key focus of expert group
Digital literacy in schools is to be the focus of a new 14 member reference group.
Lack of digital literacy in teens to be addressed
Microsoft and the Ministry of Education will work together to address the lack of digital literacy amongst school leavers in New Zealand.