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Tomorrow, Wednesday 30th March, at 9 pm British Summer Time, I’ll be running a prize draw for subscribers to Computers in Classrooms, the free e-newsletter for educational technology professionals. I will be picking 4 names out of the virtual hat, and those people will receive (if they want it), a free licence for the premium version of Xobni, which is an email manager which works with your email client, which in my case is Outlook.
I wrote about the application in an article called, appropriately enough, Xobni. The company has very kindly made these licences available for this prize draw. All you have to do to be eligible is subscribe to the newsletter!
In the very near future (read on) I will be running prize draws for the following:* MissionMaker. * Xobni Plus. * Global Conflicts subscription. * Scholastic’s Child Education Resource Bank subscription (UK residents only). * PIMS reporting software subscription.
Thanks to the generosity of Immersion and SeriousGames, I am able to offer two wonderful prizes to subscribers of Computers in Classrooms. The prizes on offer are a copy of Immersion’s MissionMaker, the games authoring software, and a one year school license for SeriousGames Global Conflicts: portal. The two winners will be chosen in a random draw on Thursday 11pm UK time. For terms and conditions please see the newsletter page, where you can sign up too if you wish (it’s free!). In this case, each prize is available to non-UK residents as well as Brits!
More information on the contents of the games education special issue will be posted here as soon as I’ve finalised the list of articles that will be included.
I've also been offered two premium Xobni licences to give away, as a "thank you" for the review I wrote. I will pull two winners out of a digital hat for these as well.
Disclaimer: I was not expecting anything like this. The review was genuinely independent, and not wrtten for any reward from Xobni.