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HSC Study Lab is a proud recipient of our Regional Finalist certificate

By HSCStudyLab_admin | August 02, 2016

HSC Study Lab is a proud recipient of our Regional Finalist certificate in the category of Excellence in Innovation. HSC Study Lab launched early 2016 and we are very excited to have received this kind of recognition so soon! The North East Sydney Business Awards Dinner took place end of July and we faced stiff […]

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Hard work pays off for HSC Study Lab

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 16, 2016

Macquarie University’s HSC Study Lab has been honoured at the New South Wales 2016 Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards in the Community Services category. This esteemed Community Service accolade recognises the new online resource aimed to help high school students in years 11 and 12 achieve success in their end-of-year exams. HSC Study Lab […]

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HSC Study Lab honoured at awards

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 15, 2016

Macquarie University’s HSC Study Lab has been honoured at the New South Wales 2016 Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards in the Community Services category. This Community Service accolade recognises the new online resource aimed to help high school students in years 11 and 12 improve results in their end-of-year exams. HSC Study Lab applies […]

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Hard work pays off for HSC Study Lab (Macquarie University)

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 15, 2016

Macquarie University's HSC Study Lab has been honoured at the New South Wales 2016 Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards in the Community Services category. This esteemed Community Service accolade recognises the new online resource aimed to help high school students in years 11 and 12 achieve success in their end-of-year exams. HSC Study Lab […]

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Macquarie’s HSC Study Lab wins iAward for ICT innovation

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 11, 2016

“….and the winner of the NSW State iAward in the Community Services category is HSC Study Lab!” This  announcement was met with whoops of excitement from AccessMQ staff representing the University at the recent NSW iAwards. Hosted by the Australian Information Industry Association  (AIIA), the awards recognise ICT innovations that have a positive impact on the community. AccessMQ’s product – HSC […]

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Macquarie Uni’s HSCStudyLab earns innovation award

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 06, 2016

Macquarie University’s revision module HSCStudyLab has been honoured with a gong at the NSW edition of the 2016 Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards for achievement in innovation in the digital economy. HSCStudyLab won its prize in the Community Services category. The iAwards organisers called the event a chance for students, researchers, governments, small-to-medium-sized enterprises and large businesses to […]

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Best of NSW innovation recognised at AIIA State iAwards 2016

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 05, 2016

Sydney, New South Wales – 1 July 2016 – The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has today announced the iAwards state winners and merit recipients in New South Wales (NSW) for 2016. The iAwards is Australia’s leading awards program for innovation in the digital economy. Entrants competed in five base award categories across Business Services, […]

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Macquarie Uni rolls out HSCStudyLab to hone STEM skills

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 04, 2016

Macquarie University has launched a new online resource to help high school students review for their end-of-schooling exams. HSCStudyLab is modelled on the New South Wales HSC curriculum and, to start with, comprises biology, chemistry and physics modules.

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Aboriginal astronomy

By HSCStudyLab_admin | July 04, 2016

National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NADOIC) week is this week from the 3rd to the 10th of July. In celebration of this week, which is about recognizing the contributions of Indigenous Australians, we wanted to share some research about the traditions and links between Aboriginal culture and astronomy. According to a recent research […]

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