Hurry up – last chance to book…Inviting Naace members to Fujitsu’s Information Capture End User Day

Fujitsu’s Information Capture End User Day

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London Tuesday 13 September 2016

We are delighted to announce that we have been actively working with Fujitsu Scanners as a valued partner of Naace and with our members to explore, promote and report the value of embracing digital ways of working and teaching by converting existing paper documents into digital format and merging with digitally born material. Over the coming months the partnership will look to produce more papers and thought leadership articles on topics around reducing the burden of administration and enhancing learning through the adoption of more technology driven methods.

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Aurasma at the Naace Conference 2017: Important value added for Exhibitors and Sponsors

Naace Conference 2017: Important value added for Exhibitors and Sponsors

To make your investment in Conference 2017 even more worthwhile, this year we will be using Augmented Reality to make your presence more engaging and long lasting, throughout the conference. Anyone with Aurasma installed on their device will be able to go to your stand or your display at any time, and, by scanning for a ‘trigger’ image, see a video about your company and products. This means that you do not have to be there to get your messages across, and all those shy customers can still find out all about you.

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The Continuing Digital Divide – is it important?

Is PISA right that, “ensuring that every child attains a baseline level of proficiency in reading will do more to create equal opportunities in a digital world than will expanding or subsidising access to high-tech devices and services”? I argue that it is not an “either/or” position.

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Standards in Professional Development, Naace and Technology

We welcome the Implementation Guidance for Standards in Professional Development published to day by the DfE, particularly the requirement for school leaders to prioritise professional development. At the same time, sourcing high quality professional development has become more and more difficult for school leaders, in an increasingly fragmented education system. How does Naace help?

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