The advent of Internet-connected school classrooms has given rise to new dangerous online threats, despite the fact that they have transformed the learning process in schools all over Australia, according to a new report.
A trial of renewable classrooms has been expanded to Queensland, with Brisbane high school students now being taught in Australia’s first solar- and battery-powered portable classroom.
Aruba Networks says it is making inroads into the primary and higher education sectors to meet strong market demand, signing up new Australian customers, as Australia shifts towards "all-wireless" classrooms.
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