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Projected learning from InFocus

Digital technology company InFocus has launched a projector that can turn any white wall into an interactive whiteboard. The 3900 series projects images that can be controlled by a wand at a distance of up to 12 metres, and comes with free WizTeach software. The projector starts from #163;1,050 plus VAT. For details, go to www.midwich.com

Win #163;7,500 of equipment

ICT equipment worth #163;7,500 is on offer in a competition run by computing firm Asus. The Classroom Innovation Award challenges teachers to produce a three-minute video demonstrating an innovative use of technology. Videos must be uploaded by December 10 and shortlisted schools will be showcased at the BETT education technology show in January. The competition is held in conjunction with The Guardian's classroom innovation hub. For details of how to enter, go to www.guardian.co.ukclassroom-innovation

Explore Naace at the BETT show

Naace, the association for ICT teachers, is hosting a session at next month's BETT show. The event includes face-to-face CPD, quizzes, product presentations and consultations, and takes place on the Saturday morning - January 15 - of the show, at Olympia in London. For details, go to www.naace.co.ukeventsbett2011.

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