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Young Australians are taking the charge in navigating their own safety experience online, with nearly three quarters of teens - or 71% - found to be more confident to challenge cyberbullying and shutting down online hate than they were before joining the Digital Ambassadors program run by youth-driven anti-bullying organisation, Project Rockit.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST INTERVIEW: Juniper's quest to uncover exceptionally advanced, AI-powered wired and Wi-Fi connectivity is reaping rich rewards for enterprises, universities and organisations, with Dartmouth College an excellent example, as Juniper is set to speak at QUESTnet 2021 at QUT, Nov 29 to Dec 1.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Juniper's quest to uncover exceptionally advanced, AI-powered wired and Wi-Fi connectivity is reaping rich rewards for enterprises, universities and organisations, with Dartmouth College an excellent example, as Juniper is set to speak at QUESTnet 2021 at QUT, Nov 29 to Dec 1.

Published in Networking

GUEST INTERVIEW: Victor Lee is the CEO and Co-Founder of Communiteer, the crowdsourcing platform that connects, engages and mobilises volunteers to tackle the world’s greatest challenges through virtual volunteering.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Victor Lee is the CEO and Co-Founder of Communiteer, the crowdsourcing platform that connects, engages and mobilises volunteers to tackle the world’s greatest challenges through virtual volunteering.

Published in Business IT

International online education organisation Shaw Academy has agreed to refund hundreds of former students after admitting some students experienced difficulties cancelling a free trial the academy offered before it became a paid subscription to the company’s online courses.

Published in Education

Western Australia’s homegrown spacecraft, Binar-1, has made first contact with ground control at Curtin University, after it was launched into low orbit from the International Space Station two weeks ago.

Published in Space

HOW AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN WITH ADHD, ASD, DYSLEXIA AND DYSCALCULIA CAN BE BEST SUPPORTED WITH ONLINE LEARNING

October is the national awareness month for various special learning needs including ADHD, dyslexia and dyscalculia. Whilst the approach to supporting school students with these needs draws increased attention from parents and the education system, often these students need additional learning support to ensure they are making learning progress in the classroom. 

Published in Not For Profit

Corporate ICT and digital skills training provider DDLS has completed the acquisition of Auldhouse, New Zealand’s largest provider of ICT and digital skills training, in a deal worth A$16.6 million (NZ$17.3M}.

Published in Deals

RMIT has announced a new bachelor of business degree which it says is aligned with industry needs and the future of work, specifically designed to give students and working professionals transferable skills and a sound business technology understanding.

Published in Education

IT digital transformation solutions company UST Australia is working with people from Australia’s Indigenous communities in a program aimed at closing the gap of IT industry participation in the communities.

Published in Strategy

Students from seven NSW universities will attend NSW Police Headquarters in Parramatta on Thursday 6 May 2021 to tackle cybercrime challenges in the inaugural Cybercrime Think Tank rolled out by the NSW Police Force.

Published in Security

ICT professional association ISACA is offering a new certification which it says gives IT professionals the scope to boost their skillset in top emerging technologies and ensure their knowledge is up to date.

Published in Education

Global virtual private network provider VPN Proxy Master has partnered with Student Beans to offer a special student discount for all users in Australia, the UK US, and CA.

Published in Security

Cloud-based solutions for higher education provider Ex Libris has announced that Lincoln University is the first institution of higher education in New Zealand to go live with its Leganto course resource list solution, which serves lecturers, librarians, and students at the university and provides the institution with a digital repository for course materials.

Published in Education

More than 1400 students in Jimboomba and Toowoomba in Queensland are set to participate in a free in-school program that supports young people to be safe, responsible and positive online.

Published in Security

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