According to Acer, the workplace of the future will be unrecognisable from the working world of today. The challenges students will face in a world dominated by rapidly advancing technology will be significantly different from the ones faced by Baby Boomers, Gen X and even Millennials.
Maxell and Hitachi Japan have announced that the current Hitachi branded projectors will be rebranded as Maxell, with the first new additions to the Maxell product line-up to be new maintenance-free laser light sourced models.
Technology is changing the way educators teach and students learn. As children and young people navigate the online world, educating them about how to use technology safely and responsibly is key to creating digital intelligence and adequately preparing them for the world of the future.
The Australian Computing Academy (ACA) has announced the launch of a $1.35 million national program which will see cyber security taught to Year 7-10 students in an Australian first.
Designed to enhance student engagement and inspire imaginations, Coomera Anglican College in Queensland has unveiled The Imaginarium, a unique 360 degree immersive learning space featuring Epson laser projectors.
Over 1400 schoolgirls and 80 teachers headed to Melbourne’s iconic Luna Park on 22 November 2018 to participate in the inaugural AIR4 initiative, which aims to encourage young women to see the value in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).