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Bridging learning gaps through edutech

Students have had to adapt to new ways of learning as many learners endured major disruptions within their curriculum such as at-home distractions and changes of schedule leading to students experiencing learning gaps in their education. The South African educational...

Pressure mounts on universities to continue their digital journeys

No discussion about cloud computing would be complete without acknowledging the forced digitisation in the tertiary education sector brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, all of this rapid digitisation occurred at the “front end”, if you will. The next great...

Why schools and universities should be printing in-house

While some of our schools and colleges, particularly private schools, are becoming digitised, with digital black boards and tablets in class, there are still many day to day school essentials that simply have to be printed, for security and prosperity. For example,...

SA needs impactful corporate investment to secure future of STEM education

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is fuelling the global economy and creating new employment opportunities as advances in technology rapidly transform how we live, work and communicate. As South Africa rides this wave of innovation and looks at how to future-proof the...
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