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New CEO for N4L

Larrie Moore has been appointed as the new CEO of Crown-owned company Network for Learning Ltd (N4L), effective 7 February 2018. “Larrie is a proven business leader with a track record of launching and growing brands,” says N4L Chair Helen Robinson, who was last month... read more

N4L working with Chorus to future-proof Managed Network

New initiatives to ensure barrier-free student internet access for learning.   N4L CEO Greg Woolley, Chorus CEO Kate McKenzie and Haeata Community Campus Principal Andy Kai Fong Network for Learning (N4L) is taking another step toward ensuring barrier-free... read more

N4L wins award for ICT-enabled Community Initiative

More than 758,000 students and teachers across 2346 of New Zealand schools are using N4L’s Managed Network for their teaching and learning, which is today recognised as the top ICT-enabled Community Initiative at the inaugural CIO100 Awards. The award was presented by... read more

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... read more

N4L and Vector work together to expand Managed Network

Businesses pitching in to help schools get awesome internet services 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... read more

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. This means more than 600,000 students and 42,000 teachers across the country will this week have... read more

Managed Network a double finalist

Internet NZ and AUT recognise Managed Network excellence N4L’s Managed Network has been selected as as a finalist for the Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIAs) and the AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards. More than half a million students and... read more

N4L opens Pond up to wider community

N4L (Network for Learning) is making online learning hub Pond more accessible by allowing its registered users – currently 8200+ teachers – to make the learning materials they add to Pond’s fast-growing catalogue available for public viewing. From today,... read more

N4L finalists for two Hi-Tech Awards

Managed Network recognised for success with public sector; Pond for its ‘innovative initiative’   N4L (Network for Learning) has been named a finalist for two categories in the New Zealand’s Hi-Tech Awards.   Managed Network – Finalist for Best Public Sector... read more

N4L reaches 500,000 school users on Managed Network

N4L reaches 500,000 users on schools’ Managed Network Schools across New Zealand fast-track digital learning More than half a million students and teachers across New Zealand are now using N4L’s Managed Network to support their learning, with schools continuing to... read more

More than half of schools using N4L’s Managed Network

Today N4L (Network for Learning) is marking the halfway point of its Managed Network rollout, with more than 50 percent of New Zealand schools starting the year equipped with N4L’s fast and reliable internet services. N4L CEO John Hanna and Associate Minister of... read more

Schools fast-track digital learning with N4L

N4L’s Managed Network turns one It is now more than a full year since the first schools started using N4L’s (Network for Learning) Managed Network to help fast track their digital learning plans. More than 40 schools across the country have been using N4L’s services... read more

N4L connects 1000th school to Managed Network

More than 40% of New Zealand schools now access fast internet with N4L Today N4L (Network for Learning) connected the 1000th school to its Managed Network, which means more than 40% of New Zealand schools are now using N4L’s services, providing them equitable access... read more