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Intel® is the latest in a series of worldwide initiatives by Intel in the educational sector. The Intel® Education initiative is a global, multi-million dollar programme focusing on preparing today's students for tomorrow's challenges. In 2000, Intel Corporation contributed more than $107 million worldwide to primary, secondary and third level education programmes.

Intel Innovation® In Education

Education is a major focus area for Intel Ireland. Building on Intel’s mission of being a major force in improving science, maths and technology education, Intel has implemented a number of programmes at both local and national level, including Intel® Teach To The Future. This international programme was launched in Ireland in October 2000 with the aim of training 6,000 Post-Primary Teachers to effectively apply computer technology to improve student learning by the end of 2002.

You can find out more about what Intel is doing in the UK by clicking here.

Intel® Innovation Centre

The Innovation Centre (IIC) has global responsibility to research and develop innovative leading-edge IT solutions and technology.

The Innovation Centre is at the forefront of demonstrating how Information Technology and Intel products can continue to deliver new competitive advantage through the development of compelling new IT value propositions. A key driver will involve the identification and resolution of real business issues through developing leading-edge IT solutions.

The Centre works collaboratively with other Intel IT groups, Intel product/marketing groups and industry players to drive adoption of advanced solutions. The Innovation Centre is also used as a showcasing venue for Intel customers and as a host venue for industry and Intel customer events.

The Innovation Centre is undertaking collaborative research and linkages with colleges and organisations in Dublin. Focus areas will include software and systems to facilitate the connection and sharing of resources across networks, solutions for mobile workers, e.g. hand-held and wearable devices, and the development of education and e-Learning technologies.

IIC was responsible for the development of the award-winning Irish educational websites and ScoilNet, and has used its expertise in this area to develop the service. IIC also designs, develops and implements leading e-Learning products for internal and external customer groups.

SMART Technologiessmart

SMART Technologies Inc. is both the industry pioneer and global education market segment leader in easy-to-use interactive whiteboards and other group collaboration tools. The award-winning SMART Board™ interactive whiteboard is the most widely installed interactive whiteboard in the world. Many school jurisdictions have standardized on the product, which is used to provide interactive learning opportunities and enhance student achievement. The SMART Board interactive whiteboard is used to teach over 15 million students in more than 500,000 classrooms spanning every U.S. state, every Canadian province, every Local Authority in the UK and more than 100 countries worldwide. SMART products include interactive response systems, pen displays and digital signage as well as wireless slates and software.

Using SMART products, teachers can access and share the information they need to improve student learning outcomes and streamline lesson planning. SMART’s education customers include New York City Board of Education (U.S.), Oxford University (UK), Kobe City Board of Education (Japan), Barnier Public School (Australia), University of Ottawa (Canada), United World College (Singapore), Stephen-Hawking-Schule Neckargemuend (Germany), Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (U.S.) and Harvard University (U.S.).

SMART is a private company founded in 1987. Employing more than 1,000 people, SMART is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with assembly facilities in Ontario, and offices in Bonn, Tokyo, Shanghai, New York City, Chicago and Washington, DC. SMART has been issued and maintains a broad portfolio of patents with numerous U.S., Canadian and other patents pending. In 1992, SMART formed a strategic alliance with Intel® Corporation that resulted in joint product development and marketing efforts, and Intel’s equity ownership in the company. SMART products are sold through dealers across North America and distributors worldwide. To learn more about SMART and its products, visit or

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