Accidents with laptops happen. Especially in the hands of students. This animation shows the lengths Acer goes through to make their laptops for education more durable.
Students have accidents, and by proxy, so do their essential tools. This is especially true when it comes to laptops, which, due to their portability, are susceptible to damage from varying conditions – whether that’s in the schoolyard, between classes, or at home.
The Manaiakalani community – a cluster of schools in New Zealand – has its roots in Tamaki, a suburb of Auckland. Home to the country’s oldest government housing community, the Tamaki school district is among the lowest socio-economic groups in the country. Read more
This video provides an insight into the Manaiakalani Programme which was born out of an education collective in New Zealand to improve learning outcomes for children at a socioeconomic disadvantage.
Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria (DLTV) exists to support Victorian teachers and schools in providing the best possible education to students. It’s also why Acer is a major industry partner to DLTV, because this objective aligns with Acer’s vision for the continued growth of the education sector.
This video highlights the partnership and what it means for Victorian schools and teachers members of the DLTV.