Technology Guide

Supporting Digital Learning

The College has partnered with Learning With Technology (LWT) to deliver a range of devices designed to support and enhance students digital learning experience. Under the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program, each student is required to have an appropriate IT device. This partnership supports the implementation of the ICT and digital technologies component of the curriculum in a safe, balanced and appropriate way that supports and enables our students’ learning.
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Device Requirements

Devices available on the Technology Portal have been configured to provide students with the best learning experience possible. Devices for Years 10, 11 and 12 do not need to be purchased from the Portal, however, any device brought to the College must adhere to the minimum requirements outlined in the BYOD Requirements Booklet below.

Years 7 to 9 - Mandatory Chromebook Model

Chromebooks are mandatory and can be purchased from the St Stanislaus’ College technology portal via the below link.

Years 10 to 12 - Flexible Laptop Model

Students may use a PC laptop, MacBook, or Chromebook (if a Chromebook meets the software requirements for selected subjects. Please contact the subject teacher for subject-specific software queries).

Study Support

The College has partnered with education provider, Studiosity, to expand access to our Boarders for after hours student learning support. Students can submit their draft assignments to a writing expert online, who will provide feedback on the work before students submit it for marking, or if they want more immediate help, students can chat online with one of the Studiosity advisers who will answer questions in real time. Most assignments are returned within 24 hours.

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College staff are available to answer any questions you may have about Life at Stannies. The College office is open Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm.