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ET Aug/Sept edition out now

The Aug/Sept edition of Education Technology magazine, the Back to School issue, is now available to download

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | August 10, 2015 | Events

In this issue, we ask the roundtable of industry experts: after 12 months of coding in the classroom, is the new curriculum proving successful? 

We explore the growth of virtual learning environments in schools, and we also look at how interactive screens are keeping students engaged in the classroom.

This issue also features a series of special reports on using cloud technology in higher education – how it can be used for scientific research, how it can boost academic progress, and how the once worrying security issues have now been solved. 

If that wasn’t enough, we’ve also got the latest edtech event previews and reviews and opinion pieces from experts working across the education sector.

And make sure you check out our interactive cover! Thanks to our friends at Blippar, we’ve transformed our front cover into an interactive edtech resource. To see it come to life, download the Blippar app to your smartphone or tablet, and hold your device over the cover.  

Every issue of ET is packed with the latest news including:

•   Edtech news covering the primary, secondary and higher education sector
•   Opinions and features on key themes

•   Event previews and reviews

Click here to read the latest version for free.

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