Videonations Presents Collaborative Classroom and Lecture Theatre Environments at the Worlds Biggest ICT Educational Event
Manchester, UK 24 December 2009 Videonations, a leading provider of videoconferencing into education, is pleased to announce its Alive with collaborative technology themed BETT stand that aims to demonstrate how videoconferencing, audio visual and VoIP technologies can interact and show best practice solutions. The four day educational technology event, 13-16 January 2010 is based in Olympia London and is set to attract 30,000 educationalists and organisations interested in the latest ICT solutions.
Products to be demonstrated include high definition LifeSize videoconferencing solutions and audio visual equipment such as touch screens and panels, projectors, visualizers, sympodiums, digital signage and sound systems. ShoreTel experts will be available to demonstrate VoIP applications and offer advice on the cost saving benefits of integrating VoIP into learning institutions.
Visitors will also be able to engage over video with various schools and local authorities to enquire about their experiences and learn about the key benefits first-hand. Following a recent supply and install of 64 LifeSize videoconferencing systems into Devon primary schools for Devon County Council, Videonations invited Tim Arnold, Adviser for Digital Media Education for Devon Learning and Development Partnership to share his experiences on the stand.
Tim will be available at various intervals over the Thursday and Friday on Videonations’ stand C80 to offer his expert advice on videoconferencing deployment and usage within schools. Tim is also a co-author of Videoconferencing Across The Curriculum. The book will be available for schools to buy on the Videonations stand at a reduced price.
Another key speaker linking into stand C80 at various intervals will be Alan Cameron, Education Officer at Dumfries & Galloway Council. In order to increase the number of pupils that can be taught over video, Videonations is currently upgrading Dumfries and Galloways broadband connectivity to enable its primary schools to run videoconferencing over the internet.
Adrian Hancock, Director of Technology at Videonations says, BETT always offers a great opportunity to showcase new and innovative technology to educational partners. This years stand will feature more technology than ever before.