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Samsung launches new solutions designed to re-ignite STEM subjects
“As schools bring more devices into the classroom, it’s important to evaluate the technology and the curriculum together."
Blackboard rolls out two new SaaS offerings
"This is a big day for our customers, as it represents the latest step we've taken to provide them with an LMS that is tailored to meet their needs."
Blackboard brings the power of predictive analytics to teachers
“Teachers will now be able to better follow their learners, support them in their educational lives and promptly react when they see potential risk."
Blackboard and Sharp: Teaming up to enhance student workflows
"Sharp's integration with Blackboard Learn will create a seamless workflow between our two systems, allowing students to focus on learning."
Wellington school embraces Innovative Learning Environments
In a bid to bring their school into the 21st century, Wellington Girls’ College introduced innovative learning environments (ILEs).
Moodle begins new phase of development
Moodle has released version three of its open source learning platform, and says this represents a new phase of development for the company.
MOTAT launches new, interactive exhibition
Last weekend a new exhibition, 'Sounds Amazing' opened at the Museum of Transport and Technology in Auckland.
Changes to NZ's early education could require significant investment
“Our kindergartens and ECE centres are facing a funding crisis due to a government driving up participation at the expense of quality."
There's a new initiative in town, with big plans for Kiwi students
A new initiative has launched in New Zealand, with the aim of getting Kiwi students excited about technology - aptly named OMGTech!.
Maple T.A. upgrade to benefit educators and students
Maple T.A. now supports the LTI standard to allow integration with common course management systems.
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.
Technology putting greater demands on Kiwi teachers
“In the past decade or so teachers have had to respond to major changes which include new technology, a new national curriculum, and NCEA."
Brain Changing & Mind Shifting - Educators invited
The ninth annual Education Leaders Forum will be held in Auckland on the 25 and 26 August, with the twin themes of Brain Changing and Mind Shifting.
Oxford Dictionary app takes out top award
The Oxford Learner’s Dictionary of Academic English has taken out the 'prestigious' Innovation in Learner Resources British Council ELTons Award.
NZ's second annual Cyber Security Challenge targets students
The University of Waikato is organising the second New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge, which will be a two day event taking place in September.
Blackboard invests in learning analytics with latest acquisition
"Learning analytics is a strategic approach that institutions across the world are increasingly adopting to support learners."
Equipping the educator sector for success: Cyclone goes Platinum with HP's Enterprise Group
The ways in which we are learning is evolving. The new digital environment is empowering learners and teachers as never before.
The next phase of digital technologies is here
"While it’s impossible to know what future digital technologies will look like, it’s clear that touch and gesture features are here or on their way."
How do ed-tech inventors stay ahead of the competition?
There are a number of ways in which players in the ed-tech space stay agile and keep creating useful tools, says Jeff Fernandez Grovo CEO and founder.
Girls in Games targets budding young game developers
Media Design School is hosting the second annual Girls in Games for female students in Auckland.
Learning server looks for NZ organisation for trial
Software & video content can replace classroom training says vendor.
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