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    Low cost laptops for schools

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    Yesterday, I wrote about the different products that are creeping out into the market, which offer the chance to change your model for ICT provision in school, and to make a rapid shift to ICT-enabled teaching and learning for all pupils. Later on, one...
  • Microsoft UK Schools blog

    Ultra-low cost laptops

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    The market for ultra-low-cost laptops is continuing to move forwards. At the point when the Asus EeePC/Asus RM miniBook were released, it created a buzz in education. Basically it was easy to see how it would be possible to imagine that every student...
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    Multi-lingual SharePoint anybody?

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    SharePoint, which is at the heart of the Learning Gateway, is an effective multi-lingual platform and has a range of multi-lingual features including Language Interface Packs (LIPs), translation workflow and language switching capabilities. Correctly...
  • Microsoft UK Schools blog

    Design IT Competition - time to vote

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    Over the last three months we’ve invited people to submit their designs for computer systems that demonstrate creativity as well as tackling real social, human interest problems experienced by charities large and small: such as contributing to the battle...
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    Free Project 2007 Seminars

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    Driving Successful Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007 I hope that you're not like me - I'm a pretty awful project manager, because I record all of my deadlines, actions and projects in a 101 different places. On my various "To Do" lists, I'm...
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    East Sussex - Harnessing Whole School Technology Conference

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    I went to the seaside today - or at least, I went near the sea. According to my satnav I was within a few hundred yards, but I stopped short of it when I arrived at the Kings Centre in Eastbourne, venue of the East Sussex local authority's "Harnessing...
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    Microsoft Math - fixing panics

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    It's a long time since I was in the Maths classroom, but that fear of simultaneous equations can still cause a sensation of panic whenever I think about them. And when I walk into a classroom and see a scientific graphic calculator, it nearly brings me...
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    Improving your learning platform

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    One of the current trends in schools is the compelling need for a "learning platform". Not only because one of the government's Harnessing Technology targets say you have to have one, but because it can help you to offer more flexible learning delivery...
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    There's still time to tell us what you think in our web satisfaction survey

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    We're working on updating our UK Education website and we'd like to know what you think of it as it is now - what works and what doe sn't? Apart from accessing the blogs, do you even visit it and is the information relevant to you? If you don't visit...
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    Semantics - what is a managed service?

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    I was chatting with Leighton Searle last week - Leighton's our Business Manager for Schools, which means that he seems to spend his week travelling up and down the country meeting local authorities and talking about their plans for the future. He was...
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