Viglen launches new all-in-one PC and showcases tailored ICT solutions providing technical and curriculum support for schools at BETT 2014 – plus lots of prizes to be won
Come to stand E148 where Viglen will be launching its innovative, next generation all-in-one PC Omnino 5, which combines flexibility, choice and manageability and will be hosting a packed programme of presentations from head teachers and industry experts all focussed on helping teachers improve educational outcomes for pupils. Visitors who attend these presentations will qualify for entry into a daily grand draw and the chance of winning a Toshiba tablet or laptop - simply fill in a form on the stand on the day.
The winning entries from Viglen’s video competition for pupils on the future of IT in their schools will also be displayed. Like the BETT show itself, Viglen is celebrating over 30 years experience in education and offering the winning schools some great prizes including a Toshiba tablet, an HD handy cam, a V-Tech Innotab 2 and an Xbox 360 Kinect. Enter at www.viglenweb-competition.com by November 28.
Experts from Viglen’s own dedicated schools department will be on hand to demonstrate the company’s end-to-end IT solutions for schools and explain how its flexible and reliable ICT solutions can help pupils engage with a school’s learning objectives and deliver cross-curricular teaching for staff. Visitors can also check out Viglen’s Vigcloud central learning platform, Classlink classroom management software and a range of mobile devices and PCs.
Head teachers from state, private, free schools and academies will share their experiences of using Viglen technology as teaching tools, and speakers from leading IT developers Microsoft, Toshiba, Meru, Huawei, Veeam, alongside NEC, Lightspeed and Qwizdom, will update visitors on products to accelerate and improve learning. Presentations will include; ‘ICT Strategy and Governance at Harrow’ by the school’s director of IT, Dr Christopher O’Mahoney; ‘Improving Teaching and Learning through the Strategic Use of ICT in Beford Academy’; ‘Elearning at Perins Academy’ and ‘Primary School lCT at The Mead Primary School’. Alan Duddey, business development manager at Qwizdom will discuss how the company’s audience response systems help to engage learners, an expert from Microsoft Education will discuss ‘The future of the learning space’ and NEC will round up and demonstrate all the latest on video walls and classroom projectors. For more details and a full timetable visit http://www.viglen.co.uk
Also making their debut on the stand will be the Toshiba Excite Pure 10.1” touchscreen android tablet with LearnPad connect, the Z30/40/50 ultrabook series, the new Windows 8 8” tablet and the Satellite Pro NB10 11.6” notebook. Viglen’s full product line up including Genie desktops, Genie Ultra, Omnino and Integra ranges will also be making an appearance.
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Viglen has been, and continues to be, a leading British provider of innovative IT solutions to the Education and the Public Sector. With a pedigree second to none, Viglen is today one of the fastest growing IT solutions organisations, offering a totally integrated end-to-end service.