Voting for the BETT awards takes almost as long as a presidential election campaign, but the final round is now upon us. Judges have whittled down the nominations to a short list of more than 40 educational ICT products in 14 different categories. Categories include interactive multimedia content, support service and online resources. Two categories - the top 20 award and innovation aards - are given at the judges' discretion.
For a full list of the nominees, visit the BETT show site at www.education-net.co.ukbett_awards.asp. Anyone involved in education is invited to vote and everyone who pre-registers for BETT will receive a voting form. The poll closes on December 15, and the winners will be announced at the BETT awards ceremony on January 10.