BETT 2013 Thread, BETT 2013 - Obligatory "what are you looking for" thread in General; I know that there are some threads dotted about but I thought they could be merged into this one or ...
25th January 2013, 01:48 PM #1
BETT 2013 - Obligatory "what are you looking for" thread
I know that there are some threads dotted about but I thought they could be merged into this one or people could respond directly in to here.
Personally I am looking at things like AppShed and folk who are truly tying in curriculum development with the use of mobile tech. I will be using SAMR as a way of assessing they have a clue about whether they are selling shiny stuff or something that will make a difference.
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25th January 2013, 01:53 PM #2
So much I guess, but for me.....
Network Management and deployment - We use CSE but I want to look at alternatives, eg. Burconix.
General Hardware - Usual round of hardware updates this summer, and get my hands on some tablets, etc.
Apple Mac stuff - 6th Form is in planning now, and I've hearing mutterings about wanting Mac stuff so need to get a bit more gen'd up so I don't just appear negative.
And anybody that wants to talk to me! Planning for a trip on Wednesday.
25th January 2013, 02:01 PM #3
Freebies of course!
8 Thanks to elsiegee40:
GrumbleDook (25th January 2013), Harlquinth (28th January 2013), hil (25th January 2013), john (26th January 2013), sted (25th January 2013), stevehill06 (25th January 2013), X-13 (25th January 2013)
25th January 2013, 02:04 PM #4
You need some one to go round all the other stalls in a brown cloak, with an Edugeek Pen Drive clipped to their belt saying:
It's known as the Edugeek Mind Trick..
These Are not the stalls you are looking for. You want the Edugeek/Smoothwall stalls
25th January 2013, 02:19 PM #5
Never heard of SAMR - quick search on net = that looks like a good model to assess the shiny stuff V something that will be of benefit.
Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
Mobile Tech, language lab and MAC based software are on my agenda this year. As well as early years technology for a 3-7 year olds.
25th January 2013, 02:23 PM #6
I'm pretty much going to look at everything.
Smoothwall, Aspen and EduGeek are day 1 visits.
Any software/support-type companies are going to be asked about Linux compatability. [It's still an option... and after dealing with licencing issues all day, it's slightly in the lead.]
25th January 2013, 02:39 PM #7
Tablets and management software (and curriculum software)
Adobe Creative Suite (or alternatives) with the hope of forcing upgrade pricing from Macromedia MX04
I'll be the one with a headteacher on a lead (he's the one after Tablets and other Shiny things - I'm the one after the infrastructure to support)
25th January 2013, 02:45 PM #8
You won't be the only one closely supervising other members of their school staff
Originally Posted by Willott
25th January 2013, 02:48 PM #9
Content. VLE content. At least that's what I've been told to look for. Not that I'll be much use for that, as I'm technical and not educational staff... The head is going anyway so he can look at that.
Me, I'll be nosing at:
1. Hybrid tablets! Really want to look and play with some of the Windows 8 Pro Hybrid Tablets that are all announced.
Our head is going separately to me though, my boss is coming with me - but she's just there for freebies.
25th January 2013, 04:33 PM #10
Quite a list this year i think.....
Casio – Lampless projectors
Micro-Librarian – Migration of Eclipse to a virtual server
Smart Technologies – New Software, new technology?
Administration of Ipad’s/Imacs
Adobe – Changes to licensing structure in April? Costs? Upgrade options?
Plus trying to get as many mugs as I can :-) (other freebies are accepted, but for me mugs are the holy grail at BETT)
25th January 2013, 05:51 PM #11
Maybe known as - "The Geek Trick" ??
Originally Posted by Gatt
25th January 2013, 07:39 PM #12
Apple Mac > Windows integration
Managed wireless systems
Adobe CS? Upgrade
And will be calling at the normal stands:
Smoothwall, Edugeek, CAPITA, etc
25th January 2013, 07:43 PM #13
25th January 2013, 10:00 PM #14
Mobile technology (tablets and new hybrid laptops)
· Content for mobile technology (IE apps/Podcasts/Kindle type software for reading)
· Cloud based educational software (So students can carry on learning at home using same resources)
· Multi use computer desks (For expanding the ICT in classrooms without loosing teaching space)
· Laptops for students schemes
· Internet filtering software
· Internet service providers
· SIMS access for parents
· Call logging software with SIMs integration
· Alternative MIS solutions
· SEN Software/Hardware for any developments in a new Learning Support Room
· Developing ICT in the Library.
25th January 2013, 10:09 PM #15
Personally big one for us is what devices we're going for next year with our 1-1 laptop setup. Now everyones pretty much ditched netbooks as a format we're looking at something to move to that isn't going to cost the earth. So visits planned to lots of companies selling laptops.
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