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ATEM/Campus Review awards highlight excellence

The presentation of the 4th annual Association for Tertiary Education Management/Campus Review awards gave the spotlight to key performers in tertiary education management. The event was part of the Tertiary Education Management Conference. Professionals all across the higher education sector earned ATEM ...

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The future of education is digital, individual: Citrix

The physical classroom will become virtual, a US-based multinational tech vendor says. In its 2020 Technology Landscape report Citrix predicts technology will turn the traditional educational experience into more a personalised learning model. Essentially, Citrix says this means technology – such as ...

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Deregulation could bring helpful technologies into learning

A Canadian educational technology company’s chief executive says deregulation could create unique opportunities for universities to gain competitive edges through technology. Despite being rejected by the Senate twice, university deregulation is still being pushed as an essential reform by the federal government. Widespread ...

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Double cochlear implants improve grades: study

A study of primary school students with hearing loss has shown children with double cochlear implants performed much better in exams than kids with only one. The University of Melbourne study measured academic performance of 44 profoundly deaf 8-year-olds across Australia ...

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