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January 7-9

Special Needs Fringe

Assistive technology and special needs exhibition plus seminar programme.

Speakers include Bob Black of the Down's Syndrome Association.

Venue: Hilton London Olympia Hotel

Information: Inclusive Technology, 01457 819790

www.inclusive.co.ukexhibitions

February 5amp;6

Teachers' courses

These ict teachers' courses are based on the Imperial War Museum's collections. The first, aimed at ks2, ks3 and gcse teachers, covers digital cameras, PowerPoint and simple web page construction. The second will cover the use of Excel in key stages 2 and 3.

Venue: iwm, Lambeth Road, London se1, 10.30am-4pm

Fee: pound;60 (includes lunch)

Information: Education department, 020 7416 53135444; www.iwm.org.uk

February 18

Broadband technologies

The British Educational and Communication Agency's next expert technology seminar will look at adsl, satellite and fixed wireless. The event is suitable for ict support staff.

Venue: British Library, Euston Road, London wc1

Information: 024 7641 6994 www.becta.org.uk

March 3

ict: raising attainment

Continuing professional development primary workshops organised by The National Association of Advisers for Computers in Education.

Venue: The Oxford Hotel, Godstow Road, Oxford

Fee: pound;235 including vat; pound;117.50 Naace members (pound;94 four weeks before event).

Information: Naace; 0870 240 0480; www.naace.org.uk

March 11-13

Education show

An educational resources event that attracts 18,500 teachers. The seminar programme includes: Managing with ict by Philippa Lee, becta.

Venue: nec, Birmingham

Information: for free registration visit www.education-show.com or call 0870 429 4580.

September 22-23

sett 2004

sett 2003 was the star ict event of the year. sett2004 is likely to be bigger and better. Keynote addresses include David Warlick of the Landmark project, which provides links to internet teaching and learning resources at www.landmark-project.com

Venue: secc, Glasgow

Information: 0870 429 4490; www.settshow.com

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