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Stuart Moore

24/7 learning: How to cater for the modern student

Today’s student has higher expectations of their educational provider than ever before.

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3 ways a Business Intelligence solution could help your school do more with less

By incorporating data insights, schools can continually evolve the way they are operating – both in the office and the classroom. 

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Reduce infrastructure costs by moving to the cloud

For most schools, a key area of focus is keeping the IT lights on and functioning, rather than what the IT could be doing to make everyone’s lives easier.

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The importance of cloud computing in schools

Cloud computing can deliver crucial benefits to the entire school community – including students and teachers, business managers and IT managers. Here’s how:

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How cloud technology solutions can facilitate new ways of thinking and learning

When it comes to technology in schools, the Australian Government says it supports the “appropriate use of technology in Australian schools to prepare students to learn, train and live in a digital world.”[1]

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Updated Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool Released

What value is there in a free tool?

 

There’s a new version of the free Microsoft Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool out – looks to be dated 8th of December, fresh out of the oven! We reviewed the older version here.

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The growing importance of modern school solutions

To become a truly modern school –  that is, to operate efficiently, deliver superior education outcomes, and attract high performing teachers and students – technology is becoming more and more essential.

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How a modern school enables 24/7 learning

Today, both students and parents have far greater expectations regarding access to technology than ever before. Accustomed to having information at hand, 24/7, they expect the same level of accessibility and flexibility with regards to their learning, their peers, and the school as a whole.

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What technology reduces costs in private education? Here are five examples.

To stay competitive, your private school needs to demonstrate a high level of fiscal responsibility. You need to demonstrate to fee-paying parents how their money is being utilised in order to deliver quality academic, sporting, cultural and social outcomes for their children.

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