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Hi Gregory. Depending on your budget, here is one solution to sanitising computer keyboards and other similar hardware. These devices use ultra violet light to neutralise pathogens. They are very effective against both virus and bacteria. I use UV […]
We use SmartAir (both on external door and classrooms) in conjunction with Mifare proximity cards. They have a new version of hardware/software which will also allow virtual card/fob on mobile phone. External doors general use a card reader which […]
Hi, I just had a chat with Paul (from djsolutions in Kilkenny) and he told me: “You could use a USB Lapel mic that would have very low latency issues and really good sound quality. There’s a massive range of both quality and price with these also […]
Hi folks Could anyone here recommend a wireless microphone – I was thinking of one that would wear around our necks…..that would connect to a usb (like a wireless mouse) and allow students in a different location listen to the class while the […]
Hi Greg, I’ve been playing with a lot of distros over the last few months… and tbh – Elementary and Mint both come out on top. (I’ve also tried Raspberry Pi OS (for Pi users of course); Ubuntu basic; Zorin; NomadBSD (runs more than adequately […]
CESI promotes the use of computers in Irish education at all levels, with members coming from every sector. Many of those in higher education support
Congratulations to Enda Donlon, CESI member and former National Executive member who, together with Eamon Costello and Mark Brown, have published their paper on “Collaboration,
The 2020 annual conference of the Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI) took place on 29th February 2020 in Athlone at the Athlone Institute of Technology.
Ireland’s (HSE) is donating the code for the COVID Tracker app as Open Source to the not-for-profit Linux Foundation.
A report conducted by the Inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills.
In addition to providing coding instruction, computer science curricula—especially for children—should provide opportunities to build and reinforce character attributes such
California schools will need to offer daily live instruction and regular communication with parents, among other requirements, in order to
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that it is launching a new model of the low-cost computer with 8GB of