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WA unlocks personal student data for research

WA unlocks personal student data for research

Bill passes unamended.
Dec 7 2017 3:39PM
WA govt wants to release identifiable student data

WA govt wants to release identifiable student data

For NAPLAN online, research purposes.
Nov 23 2017 11:50AM
Huawei commits to training 100 Aussie students a year

Huawei commits to training 100 Aussie students a year

New $30m Sydney training hub to spearhead local expansion.
Jul 23 2015 11:44AM
Qantas to use flight, travel data in first hackathon

Qantas to use flight, travel data in first hackathon

$4000 worth of flights on offer for the winner.
Apr 22 2015 9:51AM
UWS offers 11,000 iPads to staff, students

UWS offers 11,000 iPads to staff, students

Devices to access online learning materials.
Dec 20 2012 11:55AM
DiData sweeps up Excom assets

DiData sweeps up Excom assets

Customer lists among assets purchased.
Oct 5 2010 1:00PM
Adelaide uni to give science students iPads

Adelaide uni to give science students iPads

Replaces textbooks with "open source" courseware.
Sep 14 2010 11:46AM
Dimension Data offers lifeline to Excom students

Dimension Data offers lifeline to Excom students

Complete course for nix.
Aug 25 2010 12:21PM
Boredom kills UK ICT students numbers

Boredom kills UK ICT students numbers

Plans afoot to study issue.
Aug 9 2010 7:07AM
Microsoft offers massive student discounts on Windows 7

Microsoft offers massive student discounts on Windows 7

Student edition to be priced in Australia at around $30.
Sep 21 2009 3:45PM
Government funds 141,000 more school laptops

Government funds 141,000 more school laptops

The Federal Government has allocated second round funding of $141 million to enable almost 1400 schools nationwide to buy computers for students.
Jan 29 2009 2:05PM
DET wants thin laptops at $500 for NSW students

DET wants thin laptops at $500 for NSW students

Just days after securing an extra $180 million from the Commonwealth for computers for schools, the NSW Department of Education and Training (DET) has called for tenders to deliver 200,000 laptops to NSW senior students at 570 state high schools.

Dec 5 2008 2:52PM
UNSW offers students 500 times more email storage

UNSW offers students 500 times more email storage

The University of New South Wales has abandoned its UniMail system - which gave users just 20Mbit of storage - for a newer, smarter system hosted in the U.S.
Nov 28 2008 6:27AM
Intel opens its wallet for science

Intel opens its wallet for science

Chipmaker Intel has launched a new program in hopes of training young engineers. The company said today that it would be spending some US$120 million over the next ten years as part of a program to improve science and math education.
Oct 22 2008 2:59PM
Study shows pop up warnings ineffective

Study shows pop up warnings ineffective

A study by the Department of Psychology at North Carolina State University has shown that computer users largely ignore pop up windows warning them of unsafe computing use.
Sep 24 2008 9:20AM
Scotch College trials Microsoft unified comms

Scotch College trials Microsoft unified comms

Melbourne-based Scotch College is nearing completion of an 18-month trial of Microsoft’s unified communications technology.
Aug 15 2008 7:38AM
Aussie students take home trophy in international contest

Aussie students take home trophy in international contest

A group of Australian university students have triumphed over 200,000 students from 100 nations to achieve first place in Microsoft’s 2008 Imagine Cup competition.
Jul 9 2008 3:46PM
NSW government gives HSC students online help

NSW government gives HSC students online help

The NSW Office of the Board of Studies this week launched an interactive study resource website for the 67,000 Higher School Certificate students in the state.
Jun 5 2008 12:57PM
International ICT students get help finding jobs down-under

International ICT students get help finding jobs down-under

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is launching the Professional Year (PYear) program, which aims to help international ICT graduates find jobs in the Australian IT industry and obtain citizenship.
May 26 2008 4:24PM
Teachers hit the Web to help busy students

Teachers hit the Web to help busy students

As the cost of living continues to grow, more and more teenage students are struggling to juggle a full time education with a part time job. Now teachers are using the web to reach out and help students better understand the working world while still maintaining success at school.
Apr 30 2008 2:53PM

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