Welcome to the Technology 4 Learning team’s Virtual Expo, a virtual space designed for teachers and school executive to explore all the latest edtech and ICT tools for your school.
Usually, we host these events in person, however this term we have taken it online to ensure we can reach every corner of New South Wales!
This is not your typical online event. We have made it in 360 so it is almost as good as being there!
This term your hosts take you for a tour of:
Latest tools on the STEM catalogue
Displays panel technology with Mobile Computers on Wheels (MoCoWs) and Main Learning Displays (MLDs)
More tours will be added regularly!
So … keen to dive in? Don’t worry, you don’t need a VR headset, you can simply view from the Google Chrome browser of your PC or tablet. Simply click the image below to begin and your hosts Greig and Joe will reveal everything else to you.
Remember ... this expo is always available on demand, so make sure you share the experience with your colleagues, friends and IT decision-makers!
Start your virtual expo here!
Make sure you are using the Google Chrome browser for the best experience
The 3D Experience is still under development
Note you can switch the experience to 1080 if it is taking too long to load
'Click' to select experiences and 'drag' to move around the world on PC, or simply use your finger on tablets or mobile devices!
Remember this is all new…for us too…explore, be an adventurer and tell us about your experiences!
Check out Joe’s review of the LEGO Spike Prime in the latest edition of magazine.T4L.
Find activities and lesson ideas on Lego Spike Prime on the LEGO website.
Note if you would like to use SITU360 your school will need to purchase your own pro-account. With a stem.T4L VR or 360 Camera kit SITU360 free access is included. Contact the stem.T4L team for further information email@example.com.
Now available on EdBuy – Search ‘Theta V’.
Look back at the T4L teams Road Test of 3D printers in magazine.T4L.
Find lesson ideas and learning challenges to use with the 3D Printers on the stem.T4L Learning Library (Note the printer used in the stem.T4L Kit is a different model printer).
****Please be aware YOU NEED TO TO ORDER THE MINI PC SEPARATELY when ordering a MoCoW or MLD but it will be fitted by the vendor when they come and install the panel. Also please note that the Mini PC is also at an additional cost on top of the panel****
Discover Greig’s Roadtest of MoCoWs and MLDs in an earlier edition of magazine.T4L.
All Products available on EdBuy – Search ‘MoCoW’ or ‘MLD’.
Next Steps and FAQs
Where can your purchase this equipment?
All STEM and Panel technology is available on EdBuy which is accessible through your Staff Portal. If you have any further questions about how to purchase and the EdBuy portal visit their intranet page.
How can this content be viewed?
This content can be viewed on any device with an internet connection, use Google Chrome for the best experience. Simply use your mouse to move around by clicking and dragging or your finger on a mobile device!
Does inclusion in the expo mean the products are T4L endorsed?
Please note all views expressed by the presenters are their personal opinions and not representative of the NSW Department of Education. Discussions and inclusions of products within this virtual platform are not endorsements of third party products, services or events.
How can I create 360 degree content just like this?
For more information on how you can access both equipment and professional learning resources to build your own 360 degree tour, access the stem.T4L learning library! Click on ‘The Kits’ and then the ‘360 Camera kit’ or any of the VR kits for all the resources, professional learning and details and then click on ‘My stem.T4L Journey’ and ‘your kit’ to find out how to secure you kit!