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    by Published on 24th June 2014 12:12 PM
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    Once more, just like the BETT Show in London, the ISTE Conference is suddenly upon us.
    If you are making the journey to Atlanta this week and have time between seminars we’d love to see you.
    And this year is rather special as, for once, all 3 EduGeek admins will be present on the stand. ZeroHour, Ric_ and myself are going to be there and hoping to meet just a few of our 6.3 million annual US visitors and if the amount of members and well-wishers we had come to see us last year in San Antonio was anything to go by we’ll be even busier this year! ...
    by Published on 23rd May 2014 05:23 PM
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    EduGeek EDIT 2014 Event Schedule


    Here we go. There is now less than a week to go until EduGeek EDIT 2014 and now that details have been finalised with the venue we can let you know the timings and agenda for the day - and nights - as well as giving you a heads up on our exhibitors who are kindly supporting the conference this year.

    Timings:

    Wednesday 28th May:

    Meal at about 20:30:- The venue is currently TBC but we shall be eating somewhere! If you are staying on the Wednesday night and have not yet let us know you want to join us please fill in the poll here: EDIT 2014 - Nom Non Nom - Food Question! - View Poll Results
    Remember, ...
    by Published on 21st May 2014 05:33 PM
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    EDIT 2014 Hotel/Travel Draw

    Here it is and many thanks to the 50+ of you who have booked so far to come and see us next week (we only have 8 tickets left!).
    We have 2 lots of prizes:

    1. Four places at the Ibis Hotel Preston North a mere 1 min drive or 5 min walk to the venue.
    The rooms are booked for the nights ...
    by Published on 25th April 2014 05:35 AM
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    EduGeek EDIT 2014
    Thursday, 29th May




    Sponsored by


    It's that time of year again when we at EduGeek in association with Smoothwall, who have, once more, kindly sponsored this year's event, ask you once more to make you way up, down and across the country to Preston in Lancashire for a day of informed talks from companies specialising in educational IT and other areas, networking and meeting site sponsors, as well as being pampered by us all day.
    This year we shall once more be holding the event at the Preston Grasshoppers Rugby Club. It’s ...
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    Congratulations to the winners of the RM Neon Edugeek Scripting competition. RM Education joined with EduGeek to launch a challenge to see who is the King or Queen of Scripts. The competition celebrates the release of RM Neon, an exciting new cloud solution from RM Education, designed to revolutionise the way that you manage your school’s IT.

    Overall Winner:
    @Ephelyon

    Script:
    Script that enables schools to import class/set lists from SIMS into Exchange as distribution groups. ...
    by Published on 25th February 2014 04:03 PM
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    It's all go here in the office! With just one more day until ZeroHour, Domino and myself make our way to Manchester to setup for this show it's about time we filled you in with the final details of timings for both Education Innovation and the co-located events.
    Education Innovation is free to attend and is an excellent mix of speakers, events and exhibition.
    You can find us on stand C22 right alongside ICT Direct on Stand C24 so pop over and have a chat and we'll give you one of our limited edition thermal mugs, a coveted lanyard and badge ...
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    Dear EduGeekers,

    As you are probably already aware because of our stylish green ‘homepage takeover’ theme on EduGeek this week, VeryPC have just turned 10 years old.

    Looking both back and forward at this landmark anniversary, we want to extend our thanks for all the support, feedback and involvement from our ...

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