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Sonocent brings 'Dragon' to 'Audio Notetaker'

Sonocent brings 'Dragon' to 'Audio Notetaker'

Sally McKeown identifies Sonocent's awards successes with its drive for innovation
The BETT awards 2015, held at the Brewery, London, featured 20 different categories. Dave Tucker, director of Sonocent, the publisher of Audio Notetaker, was relieved. Not only did his Leeds-based company win but this time he and colleagues were present to celebrate.

This latest success, which followed an Education Resources Award in March 2014, serves to accelerate Sonocent's rate of innovation. It has announced that Audio Notetaker is integrating the use of market leading voice-recognition software Dragon Dictate for a new 'Scribe' function.

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Jimmy Wales rewrites the entry for BETT 2015

Jimmy Wales rewrites the entry for BETT 2015

Jimmy Wales and Wikipedia elevated humanity above the glitz of BETT, writes Sal McKeown
BETT has more than its share of self-congratulation. There are the 'exemplar schools' spr...

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NaaceMark schools favourites for 'outstanding'

NaaceMark schools favourites for 'outstanding'

"Primary schools with Naace ICT Mark three times more likely to be judged ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted!" was the heading for the press release issued by Naace, the organisation of ...

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'Educate for the economy too' kickstarts BETT

 'Educate for the economy too' kickstarts BETT

EFF at the Education World Forum debates a crucial strategic topic – learning to grow economies
Politicians love to talk about reviving economies through education, but is anyo...

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Teachers 'more confident' but 81% want training

Teachers 'more confident' but 81% want training

Surveys confirm computing problems centre on computer science
As England’s new computing curriculum moves into its second term teachers are getting more confident about teachin...

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