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The New South Wales Department of Education is working to recover departmental systems after becoming a victim of a cyber-security attack, with the department saying it has worked with Cyber Security NSW to reactivate services as soon as possible.

Published in Security

Australian listed IT solutions provider Data#3 has partnered with Deakin University in a program designed to promote the digital technology curriculum to students and teachers.

Published in Education

Germany-based remote control and collaboration software provider TeamViewer has made its online collaboration software solution Blizz available for free to schools and universities forced into remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published in Health

The nature and speed of cybercrime means the threat landscape changes quicker than educational institutions can keep up with delivery of cyber security training, according to one cyber education provider who says cyber security is now impacting every sector of the world’s economy and infrastructure.

Published in Education

Technology has pipped science by a fair margin as the most important subject Australians believe children should be learning at school, according to a newly published nationwide survey.

Published in Education

The Uni of Canberra’ STEM Education Research Centre and Samsung Australia’s research findings demonstrates “teaching methods that can improve STEM skill development among Australians students".

Published in Your Tech

The Girl Geek Academy is set to launch the next phase of its #MissMakesCode teacher training programme and coding curriculum to target girls aged five to eight.

Published in Education

Just in time for Computer Science Education Week in the US, from 5 to 11 December, both Microsoft and Code.org "believe the new offering will again introduce tens of millions to coding for the first time".

Published in Home Tech

The magic of Minecraft has moved to the world of education, and did so in "early access" format in June, but it officially launches on 1 November.

Published in Home Tech

The Victorian Government has been ordered by the Federal Court to pay back millions of dollars to teachers and principals in the state’s education system for making illegal deductions from their salaries to pay for access to laptop computers.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australia’s National Science and Technology Centre, Questacon, has come together with Samsung Electronics to launch a technology partnership to support future inventors, technologists and entrepreneurs.

Published in Education

Australian IT software and services provider, Anittel and WA-based Next Learning are claiming a first of its kind approach to professional development for teachers with a newly established partnership.

Published in Education
Tuesday, 20 January 2015 13:01

Acer educates with BYOD Education Project guide

Schools and parents wanting some guidance on the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) issue can turn to Acer’s new BYOD website and white paper for advice, which is the result of 8 months of intensive research.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Children are inclined to hide negative online experiences from their parents or other adults, according to a newly published report which also reveals that one in three Australian children have been harmed by cybercrime, including suffering bullying online.

Published in Security
Monday, 08 August 2011 23:36

Apple's US $999 i3 iMac for iEducation iOnly

Apple has ensured that one of its iMac models is now available at the magic sub-$1000 price point in the US education market, continuing Apple's appeal to the education sector albeit at the cost of less powerful specs.

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 14 November 2010 18:22

Students worldwide 'outsource' homework to India?

For $2 per hundred words, homework outsource units in India and elsewhere are crafting custom-written homework and answers for students willing to pay up and hope they don't get caught.

Published in Home Tech

If you're a University or TAFE student in Australia, and want to win what could well be the ultimate Windows 7 prize ever, with the chance to 'win' 7 months of free rent in your choice of share house for you and your friends, with Dell laptops pre-loaded with Win 7 and Office, HTC HD2 mobiles and Xbox 360 games consoles - read on to find out more!

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 19 February 2010 13:17

ThinkUKnow about online safety? Here'sHowUCan!

A new school-based cyber safety program called 'ThinkUKnow' has now been launched on a national basis to help Australians better protect themselves from 'online sex offenders, cyber bullies and scammers' by the Australian Minister for Home Affairs, Brendan O'Connor.
Published in Home Tech

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