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Tech in schools can level the experience playing field
A survey by Instructure suggests technology could give students the world experience needed to help navigate an increasingly globalised world.
Canvas announces seamless integration with Microsoft
Integration allows seamless use of Microsoft tools on Canvas’ platform for millions of educators and learners.
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."
Technology a real force in the classroom, survey shows
“The survey reveals that teachers feel very strongly that technology is helping them to deliver a better, more interactive learning experience."
A third of Australians not in chosen career
With such high proportions of graduates moving into different careers, Australia’s education system must prepare students for an uncertain future.
University of Auckland selects new learning management platform
The Canvas platform will provide a modern learning environment for the 40,000 students at the university.
Boost for Kiwi schools as Instructure makes moves into ANZ...
A growing demand for Instructure’s Canvas learning management system from Australian educators is now being met with the opening of the APAC headquarters in Tank Stream Labs in Sydney.
Canvas Network builds Minecraft knowledge with MOOCs
"MOOCs have the power to tear down walls and bring our brightest contemporaries together. Through Minecraft and other engaging forums, we want to help teachers and students come together to advance education everywhere."
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?
Whitepaper: How MSPs can escape technology's all-too-familiar Catch-22
Managed service providers may be hurting themselves by relying on technology platforms that are ‘good enough'.