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ET February/March issue out now!

The February/March edition of Education Technology magazine is now available to view, for free!

Posted by Sophie Beyer | February 08, 2017 | Events

In the latest issue of ET we ask Justine Greening why tech matters, and a roundtable of experts discuss how to invest in edtech, balance the budget and get a return on the investment. 

The best of Bett

The leading global education event, Bett, returned to the ExCeL London for another year. Read our review in this issue.

Altogether now

What do you need to enable collaborative learning?  We investigate in the magazine.

Vince Cable

The economist and former politician has the Last Word to explain why he has teamed up with FutureLearn and Nottingham University to launch a new MOOC

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 issue, for free.

Education Technology is the only magazine covering the entire ICT spectrum in education. The magazine is delivered to more than 20,000 key decision-makers, including ICT professionals, vice chancellors, school business managers and finance managers. 

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