Canon’s digital solutions enhance the education experience for teachers and students while minimising cost and waste.
As an administrator, I’m always looking for smart technology solutions that enable students and teachers to achieve more every day while maximising resources, controlling costs and minimising waste.
As an e-learning professional, I’m passionate about helping teachers bring lessons to life right across the curriculum… new technologies engage students, capture their imagination and improve outcomes.
As a professional educator, it’s my goal to help students see the world differently… with interactive technology that inspires them to experiment, explore possibilities and express their creativity.
When you’re working with students and their families, and interfacing with the government, data security is paramount. Canon’s iR-ADV Gen III Series III multifunction devices deliver multi-layered security that you can rely on to help protect sensitive data from internal and external threats.
Brett Houghton, Head of Technology and Innovation at St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, explains how Canon inspired the school to embrace the latest in digital technologies.
What will education look like in the future? And what capabilities will tomorrow’s workforce need? With educators facing the prospect of training students for jobs that don’t yet exist, it’s safe to say that education will have to evolve to meet the needs of students.
Primary school teacher Victoria Fry shares her insights on some of the best ways to drive interactivity and engagement in the classroom.
When Redlands College rolled out mobile devices across the school, their innovative approach to teaching was met with unexpected challenges.
Portside Christian College revolutionised and future-proofed its print environment, installing Canon multifunctional devices, a production print press and scanner, together with uniFLOW software.
With print waste filling 3 x 200 litre bins every day at St Francis Xavier College Canberra, a more efficient, cost effective print environment was a high priority. Canon’s Uniflow was the solution.