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    Get Safe Online week

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    Get Safe Online week (12 th – 16 th November) is upon us again. And in the last 12 months, the subject of getting safe, and staying safe, online has become even more personal to me. More personal like having to spend a whole day restoring a relative...
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    Free Word 2007 Maths Add-in

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    The Free Microsoft Math Add-in adds computational and graphing capabilities to the Equation Tools Ribbon of Word 2007. With the Microsoft Math Add-in for Word 2007, you can: Plot a function, equation, or inequality in 2-D or 3-D Solve an equation...
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    Software for school pupils - at education prices

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    Students don't have much money. Christmas is coming - along with a new PC. What do they do about software? Well, it has always been possible for pupils to buy Microsoft software at educational prices (ie cheaper than they can buy it from normal retailers...
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    Chamberlayne Park School - Creating a Resource Bank in SharePoint

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    SharePoint is used in many different ways. Take a look at the example below from Chamberlayne Park School in Southampton: Dave Woolcock from Chamberlayne Park School is in the process of setting up each subject on their resource bank so teachers can...
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    e-Safety in schools - some help for you

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    Becta have recommended that each school has a nominated E-Safety officer - which could mean that in staff rooms around the country, people suddenly make themselves busy when the head walks in with a letter in his hand! So, if you've got the job, or one...
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    Live Meeting for Virtual Classes?

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    We've had a few questions about the use of Live Meeting and whether we have examples in the UK. The short answer is no, not at the moment. However, we do have a case study from the US which looks intertesting and worth a look. http://www.microsoft...
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    Accessibility: DAISY Add-in for Office

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    What is DAISY you might ask? The DAISY Consortium, a coalition of talking-book libraries and nonprofit organizations, was formed in 1996 to harness the rich capabilities opened up by the transition from analog to digital technology to ensure that all...
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    What does the "next-generation PC" look like?

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    Over the years I've seen many "radical" designs for new PCs - I vividly remember being shown an Intel design for a PC that sat inside a leopard-print footstool, designed for the home (sadly, the design was a little premature then, because PCs were still...
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    Get Safe Online Week II

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    We're in "Get Safe Online Week": The initiative aims to help individuals and micro-businesses to protect themselves against Internet security risks by raising awareness of the need for Internet security and providing information, advice and updates through...
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    Windows SteadyState for PC Management

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    Whether you manage computers in a school computer lab or an Internet cafe, a library, or even in your home, Windows SteadyState helps you keep your shared computers running the way you want them to, no matter who uses them. Windows...
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