Australia’s largest university, Monash in Melbourne, is set to expand the presence of Google technology on campus, now providing staff across the university with Google Apps Education edition, following the successful transition of students to the web-based service last November.
A joint report just published by Monash University’s Centre for Community Networking Research and the Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS), recommends the strengthening of information and communication technology (ICT) capability in the community services sector, arguing that it is critical for its success in promoting social justice, equity and inclusion in 21st century Australia.
Material scientists and nanotechnologists get very excited about the potential of graphene — a one-atom-thick sheet of bonded carbon atoms which is exceptionally strong, lightweight and flexible and is a better conductor than silicon – but they are not the only ones to see huge potential in it.
FutureLearn, a U.K.-led MOOCs alliance, has launched its first set of free courses, nine months after announcing its intention to jump into the Massively Open Online Courses space.
FutureLearn has grown in size and scope during that pre-launch phase.
New Zealand’s largest university, the University of Auckland has deployed data centre network architecture from Juniper to radically simplify its data centre network to support the adoption of a cloud computing model.
Written by: Stephen WithersSchneider Electric has merged its online data centre courses into its broader Energy University offerings.
Schneider Electric has offered online data centre courses for seven years, delivering more than 360,000 courses to 90,000 registered users.
More recently, it started Energy University to deliver courses for anyone involved in the decision-making, management, p