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Acer expands education footprint

Acer has been selected by the NSW Department of Education as an authorised vendor to supply a range of Windows desktops and notebooks, as well as a Chromebook option under a standing offer arrangement.

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One size doesn’t fit all

According to Dr Michael Phillips of Monash University, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to technology for the classroom. Instead, he says, it’s important for educators to understand how the technology works and whether or not it’s the right fit for their particular classroom.

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A vision of ‘Slow’ education

In a fast-paced world, where technology is ever-evolving, Associate Professor Miriam Tanti discusses the importance of a ‘Slow’ approach to technology-rich education.

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Promethean celebrates a love for learning

Teachers and educators in Australia and around the world are united by a love for learning and a passion to instil that same love in students. Educational technology can provide new opportunities for unlocking student and staff potential, creating a foundation for innovation that enriches the education experience.

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Improving student learning in a connected world

Data science researchers from the University of Technology Sydney have teamed up with Acer in a project that utilises artificial intelligence and data science to advance learning outcomes.

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Britannica combines gaming with history

Encyclopaedia Britannica has released a new interactive, voice-activated game that allows students to learn about the past through an engaging time-travel adventure and save history from the forces that threaten it.

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