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    Twynham School and the Learning Gateway – free e-book and web part

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    Twynham School has increasingly developed a reputation for their use of SharePoint to create a Learning Gateway for their students, parents and staff. They have been using SharePoint since 2007 and in early 2008 the systems team at Twynham School wrote...
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    MSDN Magazine – free downloads

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    I have to admit, much of the content in the MSDN Magazine goes whooshing over my head. But I know that some of you love nothing more than digging into coding, and would love nothing more than an evening of thread diagnostics (whatever that is?). But did...
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    First Look at Office 2010 – free e-book

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    Every day is a day closer to the Office 2010 release (due on 12th May for volume licence customers , and June for consumers ). And I know of quite a few UK schools that are widely using the free Office 2010 beta in the classroom already. If you’re preparing...
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    Learning more about Live@edu

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    In the Top Money Saving Tips , the ninth one was “ Stop your email servers ”.  It used the example from the DCSF "’Securing our Future’ discussion guide, which prompted schools to look for efficiency savings – the example the DCSF used was London...
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    School Server Virtualisation video case study

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    There’s a new video case study now available, of a US school district that upgraded their ICT infrastructure by virtualising their servers – saving themselves money in the process. Tri-Center Community Schools in Iowa sought to improve students’ education...
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    tech days in London – Virtualisation, Office, Windows and Server

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    Our technical team – some of whom you may have seen when they joined us on the stand at BETT – have put together a fantastic week of technical events from 12-16 April in London. Despite hosting them in a cinema, most of them were full within hours of...
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    Bing Maps grows

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    On a regular basis, the Bing team are adding more to the Bing Maps site. And the nice thing is that you can see see it all growing on the Bing Maps beta website . Yesterday, I was looking up Culford School, in Suffolk, on the map – to show somebody why...
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    Saving power on the go

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    In the Top ICT Money Saving Tips , the second one was all around using the power saving functions of Windows , to knock £10,000 a year off your electricity bill. With perfect timing, the Windows team, over at windows.microsoft.com , have released a new...
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    Accessibility guide for teachers

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    We’ve just issued the third edition of our accessibility guide for teachers, and it’s available as a download from our accessibility site . The site also includes a number of accessibility video case studies . The Accessibility: A Guide for Educators...
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    Freebies of The Official Magazine Windows

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    Do you read the Windows magazine? It probably shows up on the shelves of your local WH Smith, and larger newsagents. I’ve managed to lay my hands on some spare copies of this month’s magazine, so if you’d like to grab one of them, then just drop me an...
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