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General EduGeek News/Announcements Thread, BETT 2010 Magazine in EduGeek Stuff; We've been once again asked by the lovely people at PC Advisor magazine to contribute to the EducateIT BETT magazine. ...
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    BETT 2010 Magazine

    We've been once again asked by the lovely people at PC Advisor magazine to contribute to the EducateIT BETT magazine. So if you fancy getting your name in print and spreading you knowlege around please post here your ideas for articles. I think UMPCs and W7/2008 R2 may be good topics as well as more open source and Mac entries too. Over to you guys.

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    Obvious choice for me Green IT.

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    I'll write (again)... just need to think of a topic

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    wow this looks good i've got loads of ideas! can we all get involved or is it just edugeek?

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    Any EduGeek member can get involved although we ask for articles that are as vendor neutral as possible.

    The magazine also has excellent advertising opportunities at incredibly competitive rates IIRC.

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    Cool I would love to do this again.

    Now what to write about

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    I have been inspired to write about multiseat computing. Pros/Cons. The gfs school has just had loads put in so good testing ground.

    Sound like a suitable topic?

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    i'd like to do something but don't think i'm particularly knowledgable about anything in any sort of depth.
    writing skills okay though.
    any ideas for topics ...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikpaw View Post
    i'd like to do something but don't think i'm particularly knowledgable about anything in any sort of depth.
    writing skills okay though.
    any ideas for topics ...?
    Obviously my suggestion was just pants

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikpaw View Post
    i'd like to do something but don't think i'm particularly knowledgable about anything in any sort of depth.
    writing skills okay though.
    any ideas for topics ...?
    How about something from either an international angle or MIS angle that would be good.

    Russ

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    Also as well as as doing green IT article I said I would join up with Karl and do a article on Educate Not Restrict.

    Russ

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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    Also as well as as doing green IT article I said I would join up with Karl and do a article on Educate Not Restrict.

    Russ
    You mean teach pupils, not 'strangle them no tmatter how much you feel you need too'?

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    I would like to get involved in this competition and base my article around Parental Access and the technologies out there which are designed to help build on pupil attendance/behavour, progress, attainment, special needs -Obviously I would create it as vendor neutral as possible :-)

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    How about the dangers of mobile technology to child safety. I dont mean just the obvious wifi signal but all the java and browers that are giving unrestricted internet to the child.

    Richard

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    I've decided on a nice security related article outlining the differnces between viruses, spywear and malware, something that many teachers lump together as 'viruses' and have no protection against. It should be a revelation to many!

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