It’s all about learn­ing for the fu­ture

Matamata Chronicle - - Students In Business - STAFF RE­PORTERS

Ru­ral schools have been in­vited to en­ter a com­pe­ti­tion and win their share of $26,000 worth of HP prod­ucts and sup­port.

HP New Zealand (HP NZ), has part­nered with Ru­ral Women NZ and is ask­ing ru­ral stu­dents to share their vi­sion of how they think they will learn in the fu­ture.

The HP Ru­ral Schools Com­pe­ti­tion is in its third year and gives ru­ral New Zealand pri­mary schools - and for the first time this year - sec­ondary schools, the chance to win HP tech­nol­ogy and sup­port best suited to the school’s needs.

Prod­ucts in­cluded in the com­pe­ti­tion in­clude Sprout, a fully in­te­grated 3D scan­ner, 3D ob­ject cap­ture and edit­ing desk­top.

The win­ning schools will also re­ceive sup­port from HP NZ ex­perts to help them get the most out of their tech­nol­ogy.

HP Cat­e­gory Man­ager, Vic­to­ria Ma­han, said she is look­ing for­ward to see­ing the stu­dents’ and schools’ vi­sion of how they think they will learn in the fu­ture and what they will be able to do with tech­nol­ogy.

To en­ter, schools sim­ply need to sub­mit an en­try form which can be found on­line at­ral­com­pe­ti­tion

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