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|Sorting your storage solutionIt may not be the most exciting but it’s arguably one of the most important parts of your school’s ICT programme. Storage comes in all shapes and sizes. We explore your options.
New, improved … and still in love
Despite competition from the likes of tablets and smartphones, laptops remain as popular as ever – if not more so. Find out why we’re still very much in love with them.
Alas, poor Yorick! … if only he’d remixed
Remixing media, creating mash-ups or using Shakespeare to tell a road safety message.
Successfully adopting an Android tablet
Wellesley College’s decision to use an Android tablet for its one-to-one computing programme has proved inspired.
Students develop ‘app’ for parents to check on them
Napier Girls’ pioneer Office 365 for Education
Teacher’s creation is like ‘Facebook for maths’
Havelock North High School maths teacher Ngaire Addis has developed several websites to assist her teaching – and it’s won her a prestigious national award.
87: Today in History
88: Space Infographic
In the sandbox: Victoria Avenue School, Auckland
Numberphile, The Vault, Reading Bear, Minus, ikiMap, Pandamian, Kl1p, and more
One-minute guide: Mind 42
From the back of the class: Why am I a ‘wiki-man’ and not a blogger?
Android or iOS? Lease or buy? Laser or inkjet? Laptop or tablet? Why do we make the tech choices we do? Onerahi School’s Deputy Principal Richard Jones muses his preference for wikis over blogs.
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