It’s all about learning for the future
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 at www.hp.co.nz/ruralcompetition