Now that my feet have finally stopped killing me (OK, I exaggerate: they stopped killing me a week ago), I've now completed reviews of 26 products and services. I'm not sure what aching feet has to do with it, as I tend not to type with my toes, but never mind.
I've written about the aforementioned 26 products in the latest issue of my newsletter, Digital Education, which you can subscribe to by clicking on that link.
- three prize draws for a chance to win one of three great books
- Safer Internet Day
- What I've been reading
- What I'm reading
That issue will be coming out by 10pm on 5th February 2018 (if you miss it, you can access it from the archives, the url for which you will receive when you subscribe).
Now that Bett 2018 is well and truly over, here is some information about my reviews of 26 products and services I saw there, and how to access them.
My review of Bett 2018. covering:
- why it's useful to attend Bett, generally speaking
- the main themes going on this year
- a couple of wishes
- where I'll be writing more about the products and services I saw
An interview with Drew Buddie, aka @digitalmaverick
Here's a brief interview with Neil Rickus, aka @computingchamps, at #Bett2018
Going to Bett? Here are some do's and don't's for Day 2 of the great show.
It's the first day of Bett, and here are a few new product announcements plus a few useful-looking talks.
What's on the horizon for education technology in 2018? And what are the challenges that schools are likely to face? I invited 43 organisations to share their views. Read on for more information, and a link to the free resource that resulted from this exercise.
UPDATED. The biggest ed tech event in the UK -- Bett -- is nearly upon us. But it's not the only conference going on that week.