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Partnership brings AI maths tutor to NZ schools
“AMY can understand why students make a mistake, and then teach them what they need straight away so they don't get stuck."
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."
New online course to help make Kiwi workplaces safer
Between 2011- 2016 the number of fatal work-related incidents have been at an all time high.
Open Polytechnic invests in digital transformation
Open Polytechnic has announced it isn't increasing tuition costs and will be making significant investments into technology.
Open Polytechnic launches online platform for learning and training
iQualify is designed to provide affordable access to high quality online learning for other education providers and organisations.
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.
New Zealand's e-learning certificate helps USP meet strategic objective
Koroivulaono says academic excellence is one of the many graduate attributes USP aim for from students and part of that is the knowledge and skills for advanced information and communication technology.
eLearning innovation leads to DEANZ Award
Open Polytechnic lecturer Michael Fenton is the recipient of the prestigious 2014 DEANZ Award, which promotes and rewards excellence in elearning, distance, open and flexible learning.