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Sunday
Jan202013

Planning for BETT 2013

With BETT just over a week away, I have just completed this year’s Unofficial Guide. It’s a much expanded edition, containing 125 points altogether, plus a Supplement containing views and advice from visitors to last year’s BETT.

BETT 2012

The sections in the main part of the guide are:

  • Reasons to attend
  • Good reasons to attend: the ones to put to senior management
  • Types of people who should attend
  • Parallel conferences to attend
  • Fringe events to attend
  • New things at BETT in 2013
  • Things I have misgivings about
  • Things to do before BETT
  • Things to do on the day
  • My personal recommendations
  • Things to do after the show
  • Ways to voice your own thoughts about BETT 2013
  • Ways to have your students blog about BETT
  • Other great pieces of advice about BETT

The sections in the Supplement are:

  • Products seen
  • Main trends
  • Advice to schools

I’ll be sending it out to subscribers to my newsletter first, and then making it generally available in a few days’ time. So subscribe now is you can’t wait!

Oh, by the way: it’s free!

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