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Queensland’s DETE moves towards computer-based learning

by Intermedium •
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Queensland’s Department of Education, Training and Employment (DETE) has issued an Invitation to Offer (ITO) for the provision of Instructional Software and Polling/Response Systems. The Department is seeking already existing Instructional Software that students can use to self-pace through a number of activities. The software must be able to support the already existing school curriculum. In addition, DETE is looking for a system to pose questions to students that can be answered via a web or software enabled device. DETE currently services over 490,000 students across 1300 State Schools. This ITO is part of a wider Online Educational Services Project which aims to “focus on gaining more compliant licencing and savings for schools on an extensive array of educational and school management software available in the current market”. Submissions close 28 April 2014.

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Jurisdiction
  • QLD
Category
  • Software
Sector
  • Education
Tags
  • QLD Online Educational Services Project
  • Queensland Department of Education
  • Training and Employment