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Casio EcoLite projector wins Award of Excellence
"Casio is honoured to be recognised for developing innovative and forward-thinking technology for the education industry," says Joe Gillio from Casio.
University of Auckland joins ‘generation study abroad’ movement
With a new partnership, the University of Auckland (UoA) has renewed its focus on providing students opportunities to study overseas.
Decile 1 schools find success with digital technologies
A cluster of schools in Auckland’s eastern suburbs have found digital technologies are aiding in student’s academic success.
Open Polytechnic invests in digital transformation
Open Polytechnic has announced it isn't increasing tuition costs and will be making significant investments into technology.
Wellington has a new ICT grad school
Wellington is set to be home to a new ICT Graduate School, designed to set the standard for advanced ICT education and fuel growth in the industry.
Do parents hold the key to Kiwi students' success?
The strongest educational resource available to Kiwi kids is cultural expectations, closely followed by physical resources, according to a new study.
Show me the money: NZ First calls out Government on education spending
The Government claims it's spending more money than ever on education, but where has that money gone as parents struggle to afford schooling?
Smart Technologies brings collaboration tools to ANZ
"Smart Technologies' products allow for interactive collaboration, turning group work into a productive experience for students and workers alike."
N4L and OMGTech! bring edtech resources to Kiwi teachers
“The future of today’s young people will involve a lot more of the technology that OMGTech! is bringing to schools."
Code Camp: MITs workshop for teens who want to code
Following the success of JHack hackathon in July 2015, The Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) is launching another coding boot camp for teens.
Security paramount when building your school’s network
Students, teachers and staff now have access to a world of online resources for eLearning, research, collaboration and administration.
Waikato of University hosts free coding workshops for girls
The University of Waikato is hosting computing workshops for girls, with the aim of encouraging female students to consider a career in IT.
Are you prepared for today's sophisticated cyber threats?
With the threat landscape has fundamentally changing, it’s more important than ever for businesses to educate their employees.
CENZ aims to help Kiwi educators get on top of tech
Beginning on 28 September, CENZ15 has been designed to help educators broaden their approach to professional learning.
Helping your students become successful in business
By becoming familiar with the business essentials now, students will be set up for business success in the future.
NZ's Tairua School, making modern classrooms a reality
“We have to ask ourselves are we preparing our students for the world we grew up in or for the one they will be part of."
The ABCs of ed tech today, according to CompTIA
CompTIA breaks down the key technologies used in today’s classrooms and how this is impacting classroom learning.
Get your tickets now for NZ's 21st Century Learning Design workshop
Find out how you can achieve improved learning outcomes for students at New Zealand's very own 21st Century Learning Design (21CLD) workshop.
Huawei targets Australian ICT education space
"Information technology is transforming the way we teach, learn and administer in the education world,” says Dong Wu from Huawei.
MIT: Encouraging NZ's female students to get into tech
In order to encourage young New Zealand women to consider a career in IT, MIT is holding an event on September 3 2015.
Protecting your students, staff and network: The Fortinet way
Cyber-security is one of the most challenging issues confronting school administrators up and down New Zealand.
Meet Google's new Chromebooks, optimised for business users
Google has announced new Chromebooks and features that are optimised for businesses and organisations.
Prisoners to get access to educational websites
Educational achievement is important and the reality for many prisoners is that they will reach their first academic milestone in prison."
Your Invite: Cyclone Microsoft Education Roadshow this week
Cyclone, the Kiwi ICT provider and Microsoft Authorised Education Reseller, is hosting a free Microsoft Education roadshow this August and September.