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Apple technology allows teachers and students to access customised content – and with help from ADEs, iConnect wants to link with even more schools

24th January, 2016
Pupils at Newtown National School in Abbeyknockmoy, Co Galway, use an iPad app

There are many other ICT players in the education sector internationally, including Google, but Apple is generally regarded as the leader for all levels because of its unique combination of devices, software and teaching and learning resources such as iTunes U. In Ireland, the Apple Premium Reseller in the education sector is iConnect. Formed just three years ago, the company has a much longer pedigree in education because it incorporates Screenway of Galway and Stream...

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