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BETT is one of the largest EdTech shows on the planet, but that also means you can spend a lot of time wandering, but not really seeing relevant products and services. So here we highlight nine great stops for G Suite users at BETT 2017.
- ACER (B109) - Right next to the main door, ACER often have a good range of Chromebooks on display, which this year will include their new durable Chromebook the C731.
- Texthelp (C141) - Texthelp have always produced a great range of solutions to support students with their learning. This year at BETT they have g(Math), the popular Maths extension joining their lineup, along with new features in Read&Write.
- Google (C230) - A great place to see Chromebooks from all the major manufacturers and listen to a great range of speakers from schools who have “Gone Google”.
- Max Cases (H240) - If you are getting new devices, it makes sense to protect them and Max Cases have a range that are designed for use in education. Real teachers and students test all MAXCases products in classrooms and real‐ world environments. This process engages everyone and ensures the perfect fit with any new technology device that benefits the classroom.
- Salamandersoft (C300) - provide integration services, so link SIMS and G Suite, to automatically create your Google Classroom’s and map timetables into Google Calendar.
- Hapara (C300) - Hapara’s cloud based instructional management system works with G Suite for Education to provide added value. Hapara Dashboard remains popular with teachers and Hapara Analytics now enables Senior Management to easily track and report use across G Suite.
- Soundtrap (C482) - Soundtrap is a user friendly, web-based recording and collaboration studio that teachers and students in a range of subjects are using to produce music and online podcasts.
- WeVideo (C454) - One of the best online video editing systems, WeVideo enables students and staff to easily capture and edit video.