The 4th Industrial Revolution in Education

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The world economic form had published an article on the 4th industrial revolution, highlighting how technological revolution will fundamentally change the way we communicate and live our everyday life and how we should be responding to this change. One of the areas this could definitely impact is Education. The question of how to prepare the younger, and even the current, …

Tying ed-tech with everyday learning [VIDEO]

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Technology has become integrated in the classroom in so many ways, that we often don’t even think about how we are using it.  Educators need to make better use of ed-tech tools for instruction, and find ways to better students’ learning outcomes by offering the best learning experience everday. Split across eight premium tracks of content, plus a day dedicated to …

How artificial intelligence is disrupting education

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AI in Education Education around the world is changing at an incredibly fast pace. Software and devices are as commonplace in classrooms and lecture theatres as whiteboards and overhead projectors once were. The new generation of student is born digital and they are fast adopters of new technologies. The revolution has begun. Education institutions globally are grappling with three big …


Ruckus Whitepaper – Transforming the Network with Ruckus Campus Fabric

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For the past two decades, campus network design has seen little innovation, as market leaders have promoted the status quo with no significant investments beyond incremental “speeds and feeds” enhancements. Years of incremental technology upgrades have turned traditional legacy campus networks, into a complex and fragmented patchwork of network devices. Campus networking has reached a point where traditional network architectures …


Ruckus Whitepaper: Energy Efficiency in Campus Networks

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INTRODUCTION During the industrial revolution and later, as the world became more dependent on machines to increase economic growth and prosperity, power consumption was not a major consideration; the main issue was the generation of sufficient power where it was needed. With electrification came the ability to distribute large amounts of “clean” power to almost any location but that power was …

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Ruckus Whitepaper: 10 Myths about Wi-FI in Higher Education

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Students arriving on campus today have lived their entire lives as “digital natives.” Smartphones and social media providing information at their fingertips and instant contact with anyone, anywhere—this is the world they’ve always known. These students—and their parents—are often choosing your institution to be their home, not just their school. And they expect a true “home-away-from-home” experience, with constant connectivity …

Towards an Open Access Indonesia: The need for bringing open source solutions to academia in Indonesia

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If there is any country which illustrates the need for open access solutions, it’s Indonesia. A sprawling archipelago of over 17,000 islands, 922 of which are inhabited by over 132 million internet users. 64 million Indonesians are active on Facebook and its capital, Jakarta, was named the world’s most active city on Twitter. More than any other technology, the web …

Harnessing technology to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s workplace

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When it comes to education, the world of tomorrow for students is already here. The introduction of digital technologies has disrupted industries worldwide. As a result, tomorrow’s workplace will require new skills that students must prepare for. However, almost half of today’s companies believe they do not have the digital talent they need, whilst less than half of senior university …

Project Based Learning at Green School Bali

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With the last session of our 6 week intensive Project Based Learning program LEAP at Green School Bali, we tried something slightly different to kick off the program. In the past, we have used the time to do team building activities and identify common interests in the hopes that our students will find projects that reflect their passions. This latest …