January 2013 saw thousands descend upon London’s Excel exhibition centre, discovering the latest in educational technology and seeing talks by Professor Brian Cox and Professor Sugata Mitra. January 2014 will see the BETT Show bigger and more of an experience than ever.
Why? Well, for a start the biggest event on the e-learning calendar will be hosting more content than ever before. 2014 is the 30th anniversary of BETT, so this January there will be more presentations and ‘fringe’ events, as well as three CPD-accredited Summits. Visitors will also get the chance to ‘try and test’ – with interactive demonstrations, free guidance and advice on using all the latest products that’ll make a real difference to learning.
Webanywhere will be in attendance as always – but BETT 2014 will be a landmark event for us, too. We’ll be using the show to launch a brand new product. We can’t say too much right now – but we’re confident it’ll revolutionise how our customers use our products – making them easier to use, more enjoyable to integrate into learning, and ultimately more rewarding for teachers and pupils. We’ll reveal more closer to the event.
If you’re considering a visit to BETT, get more information at www.bettshow.com.
You can keep an eye on Webanywhere product developments by regularly checking this blog, and www.newsanywhere.co.uk. You can also follow updates via our Twitter, @webanywhere_ltd.
The BETT Show 2014 will take place from the 22nd – 25th January, at Excel, London.