INTERFACE is the technology magazine for educators to learn about using ICT
INTERFACE is a technology magazine aimed specifically at primary and secondary schools in New Zealand. Our readership is educators (from principals and senior management through ICT specialists to teachers in classrooms). Our aim is to give educators more confidence using technology through providing informative, inspiring and independent coverage of the issues relating to the use of ICT in learning. It's easy to read and full of tips and advice to help teachers gain a better understanding of the ways in which they can successfully and safely integrate technology into their classroom.
A growing number of readers
INTERFACE continues to prove itself a popular and well respected publication. It's produced by G Media Publishing and comes out eight times a year, twice a term. Our circulation continues to grow – for the latest issue more than 11,000 copies were distributed – and the magazine is having a major influence on the decisions schools are making about the use of ICT and how they operate in the world of technology.
"A magazine with a purpose that is making a difference"
We're delighted that INTERFACE Magazine won 'Magazine of the Year 2010' in the Magazine Awards. Organised by the Magazine Publishers Association (MPA), the prestigious awards recognise excellence in magazine publishing in New Zealand. INTERFACE took top spot in the highly competitive Trade Professional Category.
Judges described us as "a magazine with a purpose that is making a difference. INTERFACE is cheerful and hugely popular with its teacher base. Editorial positioning and content are strong, as is its commercial success. It fills a crucial gap in our education system."