1:1 Digital Learning Environment 2016
Monivae College provides contemporary learning spaces that support flexibility of curriculum delivery within and outside the school buildings and beyond the school day. As an innovative learning community, we see these technologies as a significant means of enhancing our endeavours to provide an exemplary and evolutionary learning environment for all users. ICT is integrated within subject areas across the College and provides a platform to enable a more collaborative model of student and teacher interaction. We believe our students need to become more discerning users of ICT and we must offer experiences which will allow our students to seamlessly and securely integrate technologies into their learning.
Last year, the College continued its journey towards integrating technology into the curriculum by asking all students to bring a personal IT device to class, use in private study sessions and take home to follow up on classwork. Students are able to bring a device they are familiar with and one which families can afford (the device must meet minimum requirements listed below). This Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment will provide students the opportunity to become familiar with and develop ICT literate skills on an individual and personalised basis with the opportunity to develop essential skills needed for a connected, ethical and globalised society.
Student devices must meet the minimum set of requirements. Click the link below to be redirected to the bring your own device information page.
Monivae IT Services Helpdesk
The IT Services Helpdesk is a web services platform containing a range of 'self-help' documentation and resources relating to the Monivae College Network. Students can connect to self-help from practically any device and get set-up.
Items on the helpdesk include:
- Step by step articles
- Video tutorials
- Software downloads
- Update blog
In the event that the self-help material can't resolve an issue, students can contact our IT support team via email - email@example.com. Teachers also have the ability to log support requests on a students behalf if email help is not possible.