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The ET April/May edition is out now!

The April/May edition of Education Technology magazine, the upgrade issue, is now available to download

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | April 06, 2016 | Events

Can you keep up?

In this issue, we ask the roundtable of industry experts: how can teachers keep ahead of their students when it comes to educational technology developments?

Next gen VLE

We explore the next generation Virtual Learning Environment. As VLE technology evolves, users should prepare to accelerate into the digital future, reports Natalie Nezhati.

Head in the cloud

And While the rest of the world embraces cloud technology, education seems to be lagging behind, so why the hesitancy, asks Nicola Yeeles.

Collaborate and listen

We also ask, how can you join up hardware and software so that all classroom technology functions together?

Every issue of ET is packed with the latest news including:

•   Edtech news covering the primary, secondary and higher education sector
•   Opinions and features on key themes
•   Event previews and reviews 

Click here to read the latest version for free.

Education Technology is the only magazine covering the entire ICT spectrum in education. The magazine is delivered to more than 20,000 key decision-makers, including ICT professionals, vice chancellors, school business managers and finance managers.

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