Education Review is live from the EduTECH in Brisbane. We pounded the pavement, wandering the expo stalls with a camera at hand, so you don't have to. Let's take a look!
I called these Commbox products 'computer tables' but Terry Thorn from reseller Kookaburra corrected me: they are called interactive collaborative workstations!
Promethean World is transforming the classroom with its range of interactive whiteboards and workstations.
Acer is promoting its range of PCs and tablets, both for students and teachers. It was also housing a popular espresso station.
Google is one of the flagship exhibitors and keynote speakers. The internet giant is promoting its hardware and software tools as end-to-end education enablers.
Wikipedia may have the mindshare on encyclopedias but Britannica's not dead yet!
Protect your school-assigned or BYO tech products. That's the message from STM.
Code Club Australia is promoting courses to teach kids aged 9-11 coding skills.
Cisco was demonstrating its Meraki product for managing mobility services for K-12.
Robotics and AI are growth areas in schooling. Brainary's young friend NAO was certainly popular among visitors to EduTECH.
Do you have an idea for a story?
3D printing is an emerging classroom frontier. MakerBot has 'replicated' a chess set. These printers are great for design students looking to craft their work in a screen and then realise it tangibly.
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