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HINDSITE wins Aerospace Xelerated Pitch Challenge with solution to support Boeing
Brisbane-based startup HINDSITE was the winner of the first ever Pitch Challenge organised by Aerospace Xelerated in partnership with Queensland XR Hub.
HCL brings TechBee IT education programme to New Zealand
HCL is bringing its TechBee early career programme to NZ in an effort to help close the country's IT skill gap.
Skillsoft adds new capability to immersive learning platform
The capability enables organisations to determine their learners’ proficiency across in-demand technology, leadership and business skills.
Internet of Things
IoT for seasoned professionals
As the global IoT market booms, the opportunities to create smarter connected environments in and across nearly any industry sector in the coming years will be exponential.
IWD 2022: MYOB launches DevelopHer programme in New Zealand
In time for International Women's Day, MYOB has launched their highly sought-after DevelopHer programme for the first time in New Zealand.
Internet of Things
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Exploring Tech Futures Lab's Postgraduate Certificate in Connected Environments
Today we are joined by IoT professional Kriv Naicker, who shares with us his involvement with education provider Tech Futures Lab.
New predictions by Brainly say AI and interactive learning still vital in classrooms of 2022
AI. will continue to play a vital role in classrooms around the world this year, according to predictions by EdTech provider Brainly.
Pluralsight extends Skills offerings for cybersecurity, IT ops and development
With the introduction of these new labs, Pluralsight Skills now offers more than 900 lab-based hands-on learning experiences for technologists looking to close skills gaps and stay ahead of the pace of change.
Skills for life: Continuous learning in the rapidly-evolving tech sector
Learning can take a rapid approach to ingesting new information, Fast or slow, not every learning process is suited to how the subject matter evolves.
Workplaces mismatching the importance of continous learning
Employers and employees have fundamentally different perspectives on the importance of upskilling and continuous learning in the workplace.
Singapore's StarHub supports home-based learning students
StarHub has put its 20-year birthday celebrations on hold to concentrate on providing connectivity for some of Singapore’s most needy families.
Women in Technology
IWD 2020 interview: Talend’s Helen Larcos
As a celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD), we’re running a series of interviews with women in technology. Talend’s A/NZ channels and alliances manager Helen Larcos shares her thoughts.
Data#3 wins learning and development award two years running
Chief Learning Officer magazine’s LearningElite programme honours the best organisations for learning and development.
Facebook launches mentorship feature
Some Facebook Groups will people to connect with mentors and mentees based on specific topics of interest.
NZ entrepreneurs launch interactive learning ‘games’ for kids
The Zingoshi Chronicles, a transmedia project created by two New Zealand entrepreneurs comprises books, video games, and eventually a TV series.
Two of ISACA's top cybersecurity courses are now available on-demand
ISACA has made two of its top training certifications available as on-demand, self-paced review courses.
Moodle to launch learning analytics software Project Inspire - and it needs your help
Moodle is about to launch Project Inspire, which aims to collaboratively build learning analytics software that can fit into Moodle sites.
Auckland Uni embraces innovative digital learning platform for student success
“We plan to use Canvas Data to see trends and patterns which will inform our learning design and delivery. This is very exciting."
Getting the best tools isn’t enough, says Salesforce
The tool that Salesforce uses to get new users up-to-speed quickly.
Wellington girls college backs 21st century learning
“Complementing existing facilities the Learning Studios and iCentre are a wonderful resource in preparing our young women for work and life."
Teachers feel technology improves classroom experience, but few implement it
It has been revealed that the large majority of teachers believe technology helps facilitate learning, however a small minority effectively use it.
University of Canterbury hosts future tech event for Kiwi students
"E-Week provides an opportunity for curious young minds to get hands-on experience, visit local companies, program a robot and build a lab-on-a-chip."
New iPad app for 'struggling readers' launched
The app has been designed to deliver an individualised reading coaching to beginning readers, struggling readers, and English language learners.
Blackboard and Moodle partner up, take LMS platform to the world
"We will further strengthen Moodle as an extensible open source learning platform and a powerful solution for education providers worldwide."