Wednesday, 12 September 2018
N4L names IT companies to support schools' upgrade
Today Network for Learning (N4L) is naming an initial list of eight IT support companies to assist the Crown Company with its rollout of smarter and safer internet services to 2450+ schools across New Zealand.
Friday, 19 January 2018
New CEO for N4L (Larrie Moore)
Larrie Moore has been appointed as the new CEO of Crown-owned company Network for Learning Ltd (N4L), effective 7 February 2018.
Thursday, 3 December 2015
N4L connects 90% of schools within two years
Today N4L is marking a milestone with 90% of the country’s schools connected to its Managed Network, providing more than 735,000 teachers and students throughout New Zealand access to fast, uncapped internet running at predictable speeds in their classrooms.
Thursday, 1 October 2015
N4L helps OMGTech! support teachers through Pond
N4L is excited to announce that OMGTech!, a charitable education initiative getting more Kiwi kids interested in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering & maths), will be using online learning hub Pond to make its educational resources accessible to all New Zealand schools.
Tuesday, 15 September 2015
N4L and Vector work together to expand Managed Network
More than 50 Auckland schools will be able to start using N4L’s Managed Network sooner, thanks to an agreement that sees the Crown company using Vector’s fibre network as part of its national rollout.
Friday, 28 August 2015
N4L raises volume of teacher excellence with new podcast series
Raising the voice of New Zealand teachers championing innovative learning is the aim of the new “Point of Learning” podcast launched by N4L (Network for Learning), with the fourth episode airing today, featuring Abdul Chohan, an internationally recognised learning technology consultant which Apple named as one of the world’s most innovative educators.
Monday, 17 August 2015
2000 schools connect to N4L's Managed Network
This week N4L (Network for Learning) will connect the 2000th school to its Managed Network, bringing fast, reliable internet services to 80% of the country’s schools.