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    by Published on 17th December 2013 02:31 PM
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    For those of you unable to attend BETT in January EduGeek shall be on stand C24 with ICT Direct in Manchester at the Education Innovation Conference and Exhibition on February 27th and 28th. Please feel free to drop by and stop for a chat about anything.

    For more information on the show and its co-located events, please read the article below, and remember registration for Education Innovation is free.
    by Published on 11th November 2013 03:26 PM
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    As requested by several of you last week I have been doing some mining through our analytics and can now present some nice graphs showing the growth and decline of certain versions of Windows, Browsers and which O/S's have visited EduGeek over the past 5/6 years. Some make for interesting viewing!

    So, first off, Windows versions:

    As you can see, Windows 7 has been 'da ...
    by Published on 11th October 2012 12:30 AM
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    Keeping a constant eye on large networks is hard work, and it is often the case that you never get to find out about problems until after they have struck, which can sometimes make you look a bit foolish, especially when it is an obscure piece of networking equipment or long ignored device that decides to go ‘pop’ at a critical time. ...
    by Published on 1st November 2011 11:28 AM
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    The question ‘What is the best free art program for my primary/middle/high school?’ seems to be cropping with increasing regularity on the forums here at EduGeek, and, as ever the same names get trotted out, so I thought it would be best if we created a little guide to let you all see what is available out there. ...
    by Published on 21st October 2011 11:55 AM
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    The following article takes a look at the use of iPads as mobile devices in schools and is based on attending the Apple Birmingham Leadership Summit at Birmingham Science Park on 19th October, the pre-event discussions on EduGeek.net about questions which should be asked, discussions on Dr Brian Bandey’s eSafety Law in Education group on LinkedIn and from talking with colleagues in a range of schools across the UK. ...
    by Published on 22nd September 2011 12:37 PM
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    It is not unusual these days to encounter headlines and news articles bemoaning the evidance that children are increasingly accessing inappropriate web sites and playing ’damaging’ games that are aimed at more mature audiences. ...
    by Published on 20th September 2011 02:08 PM
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    Windows 8 Developer Preview on RM Slate Overview

    Please note that this article is in no way supposed to be an authoritative guide, just a quick look at how things functions and any new or changed features I come across. As this isn’t even a beta expect many things to change as time rolls on as well.

    I think it would be fair to say that many of us have been waiting with baited breath for this first glimpse of Windows 8, and for me to see this version running on a tablet has been a revelation, but there are some things that need to be pointed out. It is in no way a finished, or even a beta version. This preview is, I suspect, solely designed to allow developers to get to grips with the new Metro interface and begin to develop apps for ...

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