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March 03, 2021

Protected: This pandemic has changed nothing in the world of education

February 25, 2021

Protected: C-it B-it: an exclusive STEM program for Australia’s leading secondary schools

February 08, 2021

Higher Ed reimagined: navigating the three Rs to build agility and resilience

December 14, 2020

St Andrew’s Cathedral School selects Surface to streamline operations and accelerate learning

Each day of term – at least, each day of term in a normal, non-Pandemic Year – 1,300 students from K-12 make their way into the very heart of Sydney, to St Andrew’s Cathedral School. For them school is a high rise perched alongside the Town Hall; a city school in a city landscape.

December 09, 2020

Office 365 Education is free to eligible students and teachers*

November 25, 2020

University of Newcastle transforms with Dynamics 365, strengthens links to students and strategic partners

One of Australia’s leading regional institutions, the University of Newcastle (the University) has its main campus in that city, with satellite facilities throughout the Eastern Seaboard of Australia as well as a campus in Singapore. It offers graduate and postgraduate programmes to domestic and international students and boasts a major research portfolio.

November 25, 2020

Microsoft School Transformation Program

The Microsoft School Transformation Program is a free school-wide professional learning program that sees school leaders, teachers, learning support teachers and IT professionals build their capacity to transform their school and support students using the technology they already have at their fingertips.

November 19, 2020

Charles Sturt University builds 360-degree student view, streamlines engagement

While Charles Sturt University (CSU) boasts an impressive list of 10 physical campuses it’s also a leader in online learning; more students choose to study online at CSU than at any other Australian university.

November 18, 2020

Indigenous students mix traditional knowledge and modern technology to envisage a different world

NAIDOC week is Australia’s largest celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. During the 2020 NAIDOC week, more than 1,000 Indigenous students in Years 3-8 from 31 schools around Australia took part in the first National NAIDOC Minecraft Education Challenge – bringing together the world’s oldest living cultures with the latest in 21st Century technology.

November 16, 2020

Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle relies on data lake and AI to explore drivers of student learning

Many of us recall that line on a school report that revealed to our parents that perhaps we had not been achieving all we were capable of.

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