The National Schools Interoperability Program offer a number of services from product self assessment tools to integrations with school systems

Safer Technologies 4 Schools

The Safer Technologies 4 Schools initiative is a standardised approach to evaluating digital products and services used by schools across Australia against a nationally consistent security and privacy control framework

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Hub Integration Testing Services (HITS)

This website has two distinct functions:

  1. It provides a learning and demonstration space for anyone interested in exploring the use of SIF 3. Additional Open Standards will be supported by HITS as required. In our demos area we provide examples of how you can integrate SIF into your own products and services.

  2. HITS maintains a set of use cases and tests that have been created by educational institutions; these include the linking of timetabling and attendance into centrally provided School information Systems, and providing students and teachers access to online services. These can be used for assurance testing by product and service creators.

Interoperability In Education

With the growing dependence on information and communication technology (ICT) in education, the need for the interconnection of systems is essential.  The challenge is maintaining connections between systems spiralsas the number of systems grows.

Learning Services Architecture

An agreed national approach for integrating information systems that exchange data about learners in schools, ensuring that they work together effectively and safely.