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The Stone BETT 2015 UPDATE is here

Monday 19th January 2015

With just a few days to go until BETT, we’ve published a digital copy of UPDATE, so you can find out more about the latest and greatest ideas in the world of ed tech, and also what you’ll be able to see on Stand C102.

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Here’s just some of the great content you’ll find in this issue of UPDATE:

e-Safety and e-Waste: getting it right for OFSTED

We give you the lowdown on the latest OFSTED guidelines around e-Safety and how ensuring responsible disposal of your ‘e-Waste’ could safeguard students and staff and make a positive contribution to your next school inspection report.

Cloud Networking

We’ve demystified cloud networking and outlined how it could be used to support your institution. You can also take a look at the Stone Integrum converged server and storage appliance, which drives our Infrastructure solutions portfolio.

Location Independent Learning

As mobile technology has evolved, so has its ability to shape learning. Find out more about how digital technology can enhance and be enhanced by the physical world in the age of mobile learning.

A DisplayNote How-To

Looking for a simple but effective way to make lessons infinitely more interactive? We’ve put together a guide to DisplayNote, the cloud-based AV software that allows you to share content live from a host PC to any device. You’ll also be able to see this in action on our stand at BETT.

Take a look around the rest of the site to find out more about what’s going on our stand, and keep your eyes peeled over the next few days – we’ll be revealing something pretty amazing you’ll be able to experience on stand C102 this year!

Experience engaging ways to transform learning with tablets in our Interactive Zone

Wednesday 7th January 2015

This year at BETT we’re delighted to have education technology specialists from Tablet Academy on our stand in our Interactive Zone, showcasing some innovative ways in which tablets can be used to enhance the learning experience.

Bring along your own device or choose from our wide range to carry out activities designed to make the most of tablet technology to inspire students and bring their learning into new contexts.

  • Learn how to teach a lesson in forensic science through investigating a crime scene on our stand, using just your tablet.
  • Present from the scene of the murder using only your tablet and our green screen – an ideal task for an English or Media lesson.
  • Program robots to perform tasks at a range of levels from simple movements for KS1 to hovering drones for KS3.

As well as having fun with the activities, you’ll also be able to get expert advice from Tablet Academy specialists on integrating tablets into the curriculum. Stone Infrastructure Services specialists will also be on-hand to discuss the technical requirements and implications to your network of tablet-driven learning.

You’ll also be able to find out more about TalkTechTeach; an end-to-end approach to deploying tablets into the curriculum. TalkTechTeach is available in two flavours: one for educators, and one for technicians, and we’re able to offer and initial consultancy completely free of charge – a proposition exclusive to Stone.

Take a look at the rest of the site to find out more about what we’re up to at this year’s BETT, and keep your eyes peeled for more updates in the run-up to the show.

Find out more about TalkTechTeach:

Find out more about Tablet Academy: