With so much ed tech on the market, how do schools get the most out of their ICT investment? We sat down with Atturra’s Brett Auton, Practice Lead for K-12 Education, to find out.
Schools are facing an increasing demand to integrate ICT into their educational environments for two key reasons. So that teachers can stay ahead of the ever-evolving technological landscape, and to enhance the learning experience for students. A well-designed ICT environment can help schools achieve various goals, including improving student engagement and learning outcomes, and streamlining administrative tasks.
Schools are at the forefront of leveraging information and communications technology (ICT) to enhance learning and user experience.
If it’s not broken, then why fix it? That’s the question some clients ask when they consider upgrading their QAD Standard Edition (SE) to QAD Adaptive ERP. Their version still works, the cost of ownership is low, and staff know how to use it.
The information and communications technology (ICT) industry has come a long way in recent years and is changing how we live, work, and learn. The use of ICT in education is growing rapidly, with more Australian schools turning to it to improve student outcomes and the overall education experience.