Schoolzine digital services for schools
Schoolzine has announced a collaboration with 3P Learning, a publicly listed company on the ASX and trusted by more than 4 million students across 17,000 schools worldwide. 3P Learning is a global leader in online education. Its programs cover maths (Mathletics), spelling and literacy (Spellodrome), reading skills (Reading Eggs) and Science (IntoScience). Schoolzine specialises in digital services for schools and their communication needs. Its innovative approach allows schools to produce media rich content that engages with their parents and wider communities. A leader in digital school…Read more
Young ICT Explorers program
Digital Technologies MOOC (7-8) Register now for the free Digital Technologies online course (MOOC) which starts on 1 May. Building upon the CSER Foundations-6 MOOC, this course is specifically designed for teachers of Years 7 and 8, and addresses the learning objectives of the Australian Digital Technologies curriculum (7-8). Come learn about how digital technology can be integrated into your classroom, exploring example lesson plans, and helping form a community designed to share resources and support. Young ICT Explorers Young ICT Explorers is a program to engage students from school years…Read more
Intelligent Community Forum
Find out how to create an intelligent community and hear how South East Queensland is leading the way in the broadband economy at the Australian Information Industry Association’s (AIIA) lunch in Brisbane on 6 May. Guest speaker John Jung, Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) co-founder, will share his story and insights about how to use broadband and information technology to attract leading-edge businesses, stimulate job creation, build skills and continue to generate economic growth for the region. The lunch celebrates Ipswich’s inclusion in the Top 7 Intelligent Communities of 2015 following…Read more
The Australian Online Landscape Review December 2014
Over the past decade, the retail sector has been undergoing significant digital disruption . The move from fixed computers to mobile devices (smartphones, tablets) enables busy consumers to shop online at a time convenient to them. In the past year, more than 3 in 4 Australians made online purchases, with an annual average spend of $2,600. Mobile devices and continual digital advances are revolutionising the retail sector and blurring the line between online and offline (in-store) shopping. Global marketing research company, Nielsen Corporation reports that ‘new retail’ behaviours are…Read more