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  • Innovation workshop open to Vic students

    In an innovation workshop available to Victorian school students, participants will tackle real-world problems using technology such as 3D printers, modular electronics and robotics.

  • Google Classroom gains collaboration, class management features

    Google is adding new features to Google Classroom, the company's software that helps teachers manage their class assignments online.

  • Google to update tools for students and teachers

    Google plans to unveil changes to its suite of products and services for students, teachers and other working professionals at an event on Sept. 2.

  • Australian and Chinese edutech companies establish partnerships

    Australian edutech startup, Inkerz, will tap into the Chinese market with it signing Memorandums of Understanding with Chinese companies, Shenzhen Yifang Digital Technology and Shijiazhuang Dazhong Network Communication.

  • Autonomous robot scans steel structures

    An autonomous robot created by Australian researchers is providing engineers with high-definition images of the integrity of steel structures that support the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.

  • Credentials the new ‘currency for careers’

    Deakin University is lauding ‘digital badges’ and ‘credentialing’ as alternatives to traditional education models, following a new agreement with US company, Credly.

  • AIIA criticises government's latest STEM report

    The Federal Government’s recent report on how to encourage and leverage STEM skills in Australia has failed to provide any clear pathway to achieve current objectives, according the AIIA.

  • Americas are just 2 weeks away from running out of IPv4 addresses

    John Curran, <a href="https://www.arin.net/">CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN),</a> told attendees at the <a href="http://events.campustechnology.com/Events/CT-Summer-Educational-Technology-Conference/Information/HOME.aspx">Campus Technology conference</a> in Boston on Wednesday that the IP address authority's pool of IPv4 addresses has dwindled to 90,000 and will be exhausted in about two weeks.

  • IT experience to count towards master’s degree

    IT workers will soon be able to put their professional experience towards a master’s degree qualification in an offering Deakin University claims is a world-first.

  • Former Intersect boss joins UNSW

    Former Intersect CEO, Dr Ian Gibson, has joined the University of New South Wales as associate dean (industry & innovation) - a role that will see him connect researchers with industry.

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