Showing posts from May, 2020

For teachers: free support to get the most from remote working

If you're a teacher running classes using virtual whiteboards, screen sharing and applications to communicate with pupils, you may be interested in reading this post , as it talks about free support available from IBM and Cisco volunteers on how to efficiently use Webex Meetings.

ICT Skillnet and Cisco Networking Academy

Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet announced today they are now affiliated with Cisco Networking Academy. Talent and skills are increasingly important in today’s fast paced digital economy, hence NetAcad’s portfolio of courses and delivery flexibility can benefit Ireland’s workforce. ICT Skillnet will be making several self-paced courses courses available to (a) existing information technology professionals wishing to upskill (b) those migrating from associated disciplines and (c) those currently job-seeking and interested in pursuing a career in the technology field. Read more about this announcement here .

New Interviews from the community

Curious to learn about experiences from other educators? We have created a specific section on the community site, where we'll be sharing a series of podcast with interviews. The first from the series is with Andy Jones, the Head of Computing at Sacred Heart School in London, that shares his honest and positive experiences with Networking Academy, after learning about it recently during the pandemic lockdown. More details here:

New NetAcad UK&I site:

NetAcad's UK & Ireland team, in collaboration with NetAcad Partners from the region have launched a site to be the main reference point for Cisco Networking Academy in the United Kingdom and Ireland. To visit it, please follow .