Welcome to Education Technology Solutions


Latest issue of Education Technology Magazine out now! Education Technology Solutions (ETS) magazine is Australia’s leading education technology publication. This is the official Education Technology Solutions magazine website and it features a selection of articles from the current and previous issues of the print magazine, along with some ‘web-only’ content. We trust that you will find this site a […]

Getting Girls Into Coding


Sarah Boyd. Women are missing from the technology landscape in Australia. According to a 2013 Australian workforce study, they occupy less than 20 percent of positions in the majority of ICT occupations (Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency, 2013). It is no different in the US where Google and LinkedIn both have only 17 percent of […]

Leveraging online and wireless technology to personalize learning

Gungahlin College is a government senior secondary college in the ACT catering to students in years 10, 11 and 12. In the ACT, students earn their Year 12 certificate by undertaking ongoing assessment across their final years of schooling, completing semester-length units across a wide variety of possible subjects and courses. This approach has great […]

Peer-To-Peer: The Fast Download To School Improvement


By Toby Trewin. While peer-to-peer networks are often much maligned for their breeches of copyright in sharing media, another type of peer-to-peer network is making a big impact in schools around the world. Peer coaching is becoming widespread in many business and industry areas, with its personalised, tailored approach reaping rewards for its improved output […]

Santa Maria College’s Card Solution Cuts Into Print Costs


Challenge:An outstanding and technically progressive secondary college in Western Australia wanted to track and allocate its print costs. It needed a print management solution that could integrate with its existing mobile card system. Solution:Konica Minolta’s solution included PaperCut, i2scan, pull printing and OPS (Optimised Print Services) Advance Monitoring. This has enabled the College to monitor […]

Edval Timetable Demonstration


Check out this comprehensive, fun to watch and easy to understand Edval timetable demonstration. 

D-Link DCS-6513 Dome Camera


To help keep your school, staff and students safe, we reckon the D-Link DCS-6513 Dome Camera is something worth looking at. The great thing about D-Link CCTV cameras is they are developed to integrate in easily with your existing IT network infrastructure and by leveraging the security technology that D-Link provides your school, you can have […]

THYMIO II – ETS 2015 Buyers Guide


Here is one of the lowest cost ways to start learning using robots that we’ve ever seen for classrooms. 

Reporting Progress With Post-paper Digital Exams


By Andrew Fluck. Computer-based exams have been used at the University of Tasmania since 2007 and in year 11/12 exams across the state since 2011. Both institutions have used the same USB-based eExam system. These developments have been picked up beyond Tasmania, and we are now working on the concept of Post Paper exams. It […]

Building Your Teacher Toolbox – iPad Tips And Tricks


By Callumn Parker. The arrival of iPads into our classrooms has changed the way that I think about teaching – particularly about teaching with technology. With iPads you no longer teach a package or group of packages; instead, you teach a range of creative tools. These tools offer the adaptive power to provide students with […]

Last chance to register to attend THETA 2015!


The Organising Committee of THETA 2015 are excited to invite you to sub-tropical Gold Coast, Queensland for the THETA 2015 Conference ‘Create, connect, consume – innovating today for tomorrow’.  The Conference will be held on 11 May – 13 May at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre at Broadbeach. Spectacular beaches, hinterland ranges, waterways and vibrant communities define this outstanding […]


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