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Victoria University's Puna Māori language app tops
Victoria University’s Te Kura Māori-developed Māori language app, Puna, has taken out the top tertiary sector award at the Māori Language Awards.
Victoria University cybersecurity partnership brings value beyond uni
A new Victoria University partnership is expected to increase demand for Victoria's multidisciplinary cyber program and bring value to wider NZ.
Victoria University revamps website
Victoria University has teamed up with technology firm Fronde to meet the demands of the university’s online audience.
Wellington has a new ICT grad school
Wellington is set to be home to a new ICT Graduate School, designed to set the standard for advanced ICT education and fuel growth in the industry.
Second NZ university threatened
Victoria University is being evacuated following the discovery of a note threatening the detonation of a bomb in the Murphy Building.
Victoria University to address bullying in schools
“NZ’s bullying statistics are appalling, and there has been no improvement in the last 10 years. It’s vitally important we address this problem."
Wellington students shine at Summer of Tech event
“The insight into the field of technology is important and prepares students for after graduation. It’s certainly a chance to get yourself a career."
Victoria University jumps on SDN bandwagon
Victoria University of Wellington is set to run a Software Defined Network (SDN) workshop for Wellington’s tech community.
Are New Zealand work emails too relaxed?
"I was shocked when a potential supervising professor in New Zealand asked me to address her by her first name."
Victoria University student teaching robots to see like humans
Student Syed Saud Naqvi is currently working on an algorithm to help computer programmes and robots view static images closer to how we see them.
Future looks bright with new learning platform
"We are entering the era of big data and if you don’t have a system that offers opportunities to drill down and learn about your students, then you’re doing them a disservice."
Technology brings te reo Māori to life
Technology is the key to reviving the development of te reo Māori, shows PhD research from Victoria University of Wellington.
Digitisation gives education resources a future
A project by eTV and Silver & Ballard to digitise video tapes from the archives of the Victoria University of Wellington is now complete.
Research grants awarded to find a ‘better internet’
Around the country this week recipients of several InternetNZ grants were a step closer to realising their research goals.
NZ historical posters available online
More than 400 posters created during the last 50 years by trade unions, protest organisations, government departments and other groups from New Zealand and overseas are now available online.