Articles about Education
French president François Hollande has ordered "tablettes pour tous" (tablets for all) for the country's schools. But is there a concrete strategy behind this grand technology plan?
Google for Work is also flaunting a "premier" partner track, which includes access to exclusive events and "other financial incentives."
A new IDC report claims that more laptops based on Google's Chrome OS were shipped to schools in the third quarter than Apple's tablets, thanks in no small part to the notebooks' low price.
The software maker estimated that means free educational access for more than 680 million students and educators from over 800,000 secondary and post-secondary schools across 188 countries.
There are now cloud certifications for all roles -- from developers to administrators to architects to security specialists.
You might not hire a pickpocket to be a guard, but the UK's cybersecurity shortage has prompted a skill hire, no matter the origin.
Which workers are really most at risk of being replaced with machines? Well, it looks like the boss is safe, at least for now...
Advice from teacher to student on technology, privacy, and why turning off that smartphone is a good idea.
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Google has gifted €1m to encourage German students to learning programming.
The Kano kit wants to make computing as easy as playing with Lego. Does it succeed?
ARM has revealed the Embedded Education Kit, a low-cost toolkit for teaching embedded systems design and programming concepts.
A new program launched by the Victorian government is aiming to assist in generating a potential AU$3.5 billion productivity boost by improving the information and communications technology skills among small and medium-sized business owners.
Apple has pledged $100 million to President Obama's ConnectED initiative, a scheme designed to promote the use of technology in schools.
The Christchurch-based open-source specialist will own the Mahara trademark, and is signalling changes to the project's partner program.