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Tribal Group scores five-year contract with NSW education firm
“Tribal is thrilled that HETI chose to adopt our out-of-the-box Student Management System - SITS Accelerate,” says Tribal Group’s higher education business director, Brandon Gore.
Aussie students want fully digitised university experience
"We're seeing great innovation around how universities are delivering curriculum, however universities need to ask studentswhether it's in the right direction."
Researchers use brain-scanning tech to ‘read’ students’ brains
Yes you read right. What if we could read students’ brains and see what they’re thinking?
University of Auckland upgrades to 'cutting edge' LMS software
“The shift to Canvas is an important part of our plan to enhance the learning experience, by providing our staff and students with modern tools."
Maplesoft rolls out major update to education software
“Maple is the ideal tool for anyone who touches math, and this version comes with enhancements for interactive problem solving and more."
Student information software in hot demand
Student information systems are being more readily adopted by schools, thanks largely to advancements in cloud computing and the growth of mobiles.
Lower Hutt looks to bring global creative tech hub to NZ
"It works in a similar way to a gym membership but instead of access to fitness equipment, members get what they need to turn an idea into a reality."
SoftMaker says: Education software should be free
SoftMaker says as part of its education drive, it is upping support for educational institutions worldwide by providing its software free of charge.
Popular learning tool hits one billion study sessions
Quizlet has reached one billion study sessions completed, has more than 100 million user-created study sets, and is now used in every country.
The answer to next year's curriculum in one equation
MYOB Education offers the smartest solutions for you and your students, providing access to the latest software.
Ed tech market grows, thanks to ongoing innovations
The education technology and smart classrooms market is set to reach $93 billion by 2020, driven by education hardware and software innovations.
SoftMaker makes its Office 2016 for Windows available for free
As part of its education drive, the company is making the offer available to schools, teachers, colleges and universities.