Five CORE Education staff have been invited to deliver papers and run a student media team at a major Singapore-based educator conference.
The DTEP in a release explained that that many of the NZCS
[This article was pulished in the Febuary 2010 issue of the digitalLEARNING Magazine (http://www.digitalLEARNING.in)]Mark your calendar- February 2010
Wellington School in New Zealand launches first 'tablet classroom'.
Education Minister Anne Tolley made a commitment to provide all schools with access to ultra-fast broadband at ULearn today.
Microsoft New Zealand today recognised two teachers for outstanding contributions to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education at ULearn.
A state-of-the-art information and communication technology network is being set up in schools throughout Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes.
Indian students continue flocking to New Zealand for higher education and the number has increased by 300 % in the last six...
NZ $1.7 billion can be saved every year by New Zealand by improving the productivity of its workers with support of Information...
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