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Ed tech market grows, thanks to ongoing innovations
The education technology and smart classrooms market is set to reach $93 billion by 2020, driven by education hardware and software innovations.
Are you prepared for the education technology revolution?
“Schools are often reluctant to change their existing MIS but need to realise education is entering a decade of remarkable opportunity."
Connected Learning Advisory enables Maori elearning
The Ministry of Education’s Connected Learning Advisory is helping New Zealand schools and Māori communities make the most of digital technologies.
NZ Government invests $5m into digital learning advisory service
A new advisory service that’s aimed at helping schools understand the digital learning opportunities available has launched in New Zealand.
Online higher education courses provide wider access, higher quality and lower costs
Technology is vital in providing accessible education to students around the world, said Sir John Daniel at an event in Wellington.
Aerohive and Apple join forces to bring technology to the classroom
Aerohive Networks has announced it will provide the Wi-Fi infrastructure to support Apple’s connection to ConnectED.
Google Classroom upgrades rival Microsoft OneNote
Two months after Google released its classroom assistance app, a set of upgrades and enhancements has been launched.
Funding builds digital access in Christchurch
"Providing greater access to personal devices along with home connectivity improves student engagement and achievement when combined with quality teaching and leadership in schools," Nikki Kaye, Associate Education Minister, says.
The vendor-reseller channel partnership requires teamwork. Greg Wyman, StorageCraft vice president, Asia Pacific outlines the teamwork approach.