Red Hat’s Open Software-defined Storage is helping Universities like McMaster University in Canada and the University of Reading in UK, re-engineer the storage functionality of their IT environments and manage the growing challenges of big data.
With cybersecurity being a top priority for the Vietnamese government ...
The entire student admission process at Nanyang Technological University, one of Singapore’s largest universities with over 33,000 students, has gone completely paperless.
Hong Kong Education Bureau will launch a consultation exercise on the ‘Fourth Strategy on Information Technology in Education’ soon, announced Chief Executive CY Leung (pictured) last month.
Ministry of Education New Zealand has appointed Stuart Wakefield as its Chief Information Officer with effect from March onwards.
(and win an award at the same time). Khadiyah Armanakun has been selected as the only ‘Expert Educator’ to represent Thailand at next month’s Education Global Forum in Barcelona, Spain. She has been running innovative ICT-enhanced English lessons for the past four years at Anuban Betong Suphap Anusorn School in Betong District of Yala.
The Department of Education of the State of São Paulo, the largest state in Brazil with over 46.6 million people, will be deploying cloud-based Google Apps for Education for more than 4 million students, 5000 schools and close to 300,000 educators and staff.
The Indian State of Odisha has launched a US$120 million project to set up ICT Labs in schools across the state. 4000 public schools will be covered in the first phase, followed by 2000 in the second.
Australia’s national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation or CSIRO for short, will be developing immersive learning environments to make learning science fun for students across the country.
Last month, the Indian government opened tender for Aakash IV, the latest version of low-cost tablets which will be instrumental in the country’s journey to transform its education sector.
Japan’s Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry will be investing ¥200 million (US$1.97 million) to promote the use of 3D printers in universities and technical colleges this year.
The UAE Ministry of Education has launched an Education Technology Centre last week, which marks a significant step towards its smart education vision.
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