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February 28-March 3 naace 06

Lord Adonis speaks at the annual, members-only conference on advancing education through ICT.

Venue: Riviera Centre, Torquay

March 15 Becta conference

Transforming Schools - Informing your vision for 21st century learning is a conference on developing or implementing ICT for the Building Schools for the Future programme

Venue: Birmingham NEC


RM conferences

ICT suppliers RM continues its national series of primary and secondary conferences on ICT in the classroom and personalised learning. Venues: Manchester, Newcastle, Bristol, London, Birmingham


April 27 e-Learning Foundation

The Spring 2006 Conference Learning Technologies - Overcoming the Digital Divide focuses on children's access to ICT outside the classroom and how schools can help with this.

Venue: Harbourside, Bristol

April 24-May 1

iNet online conference

iNet, the international arm of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, hosts an online conference on education workforce remodeling and its technological implications.


balti courses

Technology guru John Davitt's Bring A Laptop Training Interactive sessions in central London: Getting started with Flash (April 24); Managing Digital Images (May 4); and Podcasting (May 9).

July 5-7

necc conference 06

The National Educational Computing Conference on curriculum, best practices and essential conditions for using technology to improve students'


Venue: San Diego Convention Centre, California, USA www.iste.orgnecc

October 12-13

Handheld Learning 06

ICT Access - Presenting the Evidence. Conference on how handheld and mobile technologies have improved learning, with keynote speech by Michael Stevenson, Department for Education and Skills.

Venue: BAFTA, London

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