BYOD? MLEs? Data? Coding? Robotics? Chromebooks? Flipping? Whatever your school’s next step with digital technology, you’ll find it at INTERFACEXpo 2017. And registrations are now open! Don’t miss your opportunity to attend. If you’re part of the digital development for your school, make sure you don’t slip up. Join us to explore the latest e-learning … More Book your spot for 2017
It’s an impressive line-up of sponsors so far. We’re delighted to announce the following companies will be sponsoring INTERFACXpo 2017: Gold: Harvey Norman and Cyclone Silver: Norrcom, Equico, 3P Learning, Canvas and HP Supporting: Epson, STM Bags, ClickView and The Mind Lab We look forward to welcoming more sponsors in the coming weeks.
Not long to go now until registrations open for INTERFACEXpo 2017. It’ll coincide with the publication of our first issue next year. Of course, we’ll let you know as soon as it happens, so you can book your place! We’ll be holding three events next year: Blenheim – Thursday 25 May Rotorua – Monday 29 May Auckland – … More Registrations for 2017 open 10 February
Where are we going in 2017? We’ve been working hard planning to make next year’s events better than ever. While there are still some details to work out, we thought you’d like to know where and when. There will be three events for INTERFACEXpo17, as follows: Blenheim – Thursday 25 May Rotorua – Monday 29 … More Dates and venues for 2017
It was great to see some many of you at our INTERFACEXpo events. We had three fantastic days in Wellington, Taupo and Auckland. It’s always great to catch up with some familiar faces and meet new people, as well. Now we’re busy planning for next year. One of the first questions we have to answer … More Where shall we go next year?
All the action from INTERFACE Xpo 2016 in Taupo on Monday 23 May, 2016. Produced by PC Films, students from Putaruru College. Thanks for creating such a great video of the event.
INTERFACE Editor joins the ‘Running Man’ craze and starts INTERFACE Xpo 2016 with his own version of the popular dance. What do you reckon? Any chance of it going viral?