Studywiz Best at BETT!

January 14th, 2008

Studywiz Best at BETT!

BETT is the largest and best attended educational technology show in the world. This year, it was held at Olympia in London from 9 – 12 January and Studywiz demonstrated the strongest presence of any learning platform at the event, attracting innovative educators from around the globe to its stand.
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What is Studywiz?

January 11th, 2008

What is Studywiz?

Studywiz is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) or Learning Management System (LMS) designed to make eLearning intuitive and practical for administrators, teachers, students and parents.Studywiz is a web application that is installed on a server and accessed through a web browser from home or school, from either a PC or Apple Mac.

Through Studywiz, teachers can quickly and easily create online learning activities, content and resources using rich media creation tools or off-the-shelf content. Students are connected with the latest tools and trends in education through a moderated and safe environment, and parents too can take an active role in their child’s education.

Studywiz was designed through collaboration between Etech Group and schools, making it the most pedagogically sound VLE available anywhere.

EARCOS Spring Conference

January 1st, 2008

EARCOS Spring Conference

Date 25-26 April, 2009
Venue Myanmar
Website www.earcos.org

AUS $1.8 Million Funding Offer

December 18th, 2007

AUS $1.8 Million Funding Offer

Etech Tasmania was a successful applicant in the third round of the Intelligent Island Market Access and Partnership Program, which is funded by the Australian Government and is administered by the Tasmanian Department of Economic Development.

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Studywiz on show at BETT 2008!

December 13th, 2007

Studywiz on show at BETT 2008!

Sustainability is top of the agenda on stand K15 where Etech Group, developers of the Studywiz learning platform, will be launching Sustainability Wiz, an award-winning educational programme on environmental sustainability for Key Stages 1 to 4. Read the rest of this entry »