Digital technology will help transform learning in our schools. That was the claim by Education Minister Leighton Andrews as the Welsh Government unvailed their new HWB platform.
But, what difference will this £4million pound project make? Political Reporter, Owain Phillips, went to Pencae School in Cardiff to see their reaction.
A new digital education system has been launched in Wales aimed at learners aged three to 19.
It means teachers and students will be able to access resources online through a virtual learning hub.
The Welsh Government says it'll 'transform' learning in Wales. Education experts welcome the news but say traditional teaching methods should also continue.