Buildings and Grounds
A safe social media network for young people
A new Australian-made social media network lets kids experience the social media phenomenon but in a safe way.
Coin miners target schools
About 72 per cent of all malware activity in education involved some form of coin miner or cryptocurrency miner.
Tech heavy schools need to look at edge solutions
Edge computing lends speed and reliability to IT.
Rajesh Thangaraj, Schneider Electric
12 must-have tools and apps for Australian teachers
There’s a good chance you’ve heard of the many educational apps available but which ones are the best, and why?
The AI-driven classroom is here, are we ready?
AI is not infallible and an eye needs to be kept on how it is being used in schools.
XUNO school management system acquires GradeXpert
XUNO school management system has announced the acquisition of ‘best in breed’ analytics company GradeXpert.
Techy Primary produces 10-year-olds with industry level skills
Wooranna Park Primary School is a stand out example of what happens when you put the children at the centre of a school.
Wellbeing a focus of Microsoft education software
New tools in Microsoft's education products look to enhance student well-being.
How school IT help desks can start unclogging the backlog
Clearing the IT backlog and transforming the help desk.
Patrick Hubbard, Head Geek at SolarWinds
Women need mentors and systemic changes for STEM
Generous funding for women in STEM projects is a start and some needs to be spent on programs that change the culture around STEM.
Optimising the future of learning
Lessons learned during the pandemic should continue to inform teaching.
Ben Trigger, CTO, Linewize
How 3D printing benefits teachers
3D printing is engaging for students and can make life easier for teachers.
Adam O’Neill, managing director – Australia and New Zealand, Y Soft
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