Educational IT show to display classrooms of the future

'Future Learning Spaces' area comes to BETT 2010
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Next year’s BETT educational technology show will feature a new ‘Future Learning Spaces’ section, allowing visitors to explore innovative learning areas.

According to the organisers, BETT 2010 will attempt to show visitors what classrooms will be like in two to five years, and the Future Learning Spaces section will also feature a range of seminars.

Richard Joslin, exhibition director at Emap, the organiser of BETT, said: “In the Future Learning Spaces area, visitors can see first-hand the innovative approaches to learning that are currently being implemented in schools across the country, something which BETT is keen to showcase.”

The event will also feature its regular Software Zone, where visitors can look at the latest products and learn how to get the most out of their current software.

Exhibitors at BETT 2010 include a software vendors and IT service providers. The show is free to attend and will be at London Olympia from 13 to 16 January 2010.


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