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Acer Chromebook: making deployment easier with Zero-Touch Enrollment for schools

Lighten the burden of your school’s IT manager with time-saving and effortless zero-touch enrollment for Chrome OS devices like Acer Chromebook.

Acer TravelMate B3 series: the go-to notebooks for primary school students

Save space for more inspiring learning experiences: discover why 11.6” is the best notebook size for primary school students with Acer TravelMate B3.

Breakout rooms in remote learning: best practices and tips

Breakout rooms are a very useful built-in feature of most virtual learning platforms. Discover how to use them to promote engaging remote or hybrid classroom activities.

Nano learning and remote education: an effective resource for teachers

Exploring the possibilities offered by nano learning as an effective resource for teachers in the era of remote education.

What will be the EdTech Trends in 2021?

Blended Learning, accessibility, new and more immersive modes of multimedia learning are the hottest EdTech trends for the upcoming year.

How teachers can help pupils to reduce cybersecurity risks

Online learning means spending more time on the Internet than ever: that is why cybersecurity needs to be a part of education.

Why fostering creativity is so important and how EdTech can help

Creativity is not all about art: find out how using the latest edtech resources to teach creative problem solving produces not only better students, but better people.

5 ways to keep your brain active during the summer holidays

Here are five fun ways to keep your brain active during holidays, and none of them are homework.

How gaming can improve spatial memory and attention

Can #videogames make you smarter? While most parents and teachers are still more likely to say the opposite, research has found interesting links between gaming and positive effects on the human brain.

Why schools must build a virtualized ecosystem

A school’s ecosystem must be a perfect synergy of hardware and software: virtualization and cloud just might be the winning strategy for the future of K-12 schools after the virus.