10th November 2000 at 00:00
If BETT is too big or too far away, the ECamp;T Resource Conference and Exhibition provides a smaller-scale event for teachers in the north and the Midlands. The show, at Doncaster racecourse next Thursday (9am-5pm), features the latest in ICT for primary, secondary and special needs schools.

As well as dozens of exhibitors, Resource has a wide range of seminars and workshops covering, among other subjects, inclusion in primaries, ICT for science, setting up a school cyber cafe, e-books tchnology and using advanced learning technologies for storytelling.

Speakers include Sir Paddy Ashdown, former leader of the Liberal Democrats; Steve Molyneux, Microsoft professor of advanced learning and technology at the University of Wolverhampton; and science writer Roger Frost.

Entry is free but tickets to seminars and workshops cost pound;7 or pound;15 for three. Tickets are available on the door or by calling 020 7958 4931. Fax: 020 7958 4970. Email: emma.warne@hobsons.

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