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Experts create TalkTechTeach
Stone Group partners with Tablet Academy to offer education market ‘total guidance’ on tablet purchases
Computational thinking
Miles Berry, author of Switched on Computing from Rising Stars, shares some top tips on how to take on the new computing curriculum
Raspberry Pi competition launched
Information security specialist supports new ICT syllabus with new competition aimed at secondary schools in London
Mobile mania
Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector’s experts: will mobile technology transform education for the better?
Superfast broadband zooms up North
Newcastle has marked a key milestone in the city’s superfast broadband roll-out by launching the first fibre cabinet, as part of Go Digital
Scottish uni gets Game On
Glasgow Caledonian University launches a free online event to coincide with the XX Commonwealth Games
Big summer edition of B4E is out now!
The July-August double issue of Building 4 Education magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Kids impress at TeenTech Awards
Talented tech teenagers show their designs for a ‘better, simpler or easier’ Britain at TeenTech awards in London
BT helps teachers with edtech
Primary school teachers across England are being invited to a series of computing workshops run by the Barefoot Computing Project
Archaic IT policy puts children at risk
Outdated e-safety policies could be leaving thousands of children at risk of cyber bullying claims e-safety pioneer, Jonathan Valentine
When a plan comes together
The School Planner Company has now launched a brand new online diary and communication system, Honeycomb ePlanner
Can mobile transform adult learning?
Despite the extraordinary rates of mobile growth, we have only scratched the surface of mobile’s potential for further education
Pupils plug the creativity gap
Academics working to plug the gap in the UK’s animation skills market are training a team of school children to make a 3D film
UK must nurture home grown talent
Britain faces a shortage of digital skills and must better harness home grown talent, a report of the UK Digital Skills Taskforce warns
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