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Multi-award winning Swedish start-up DigiExam, creator of the secure end-to-end digital assessment and grading platform for schools and universities, has scooped an EdTechXRise 20 Award in the EdTechXGlobal All Stars Awards programme. The awards run...

The winners of the 18th annual prestigious Bett Awards were announced last night (Wednesday 20 January 2016) on the first day of Bett, the world’s leading education technology event. Organised and managed by i2i Events...

We are delighted to announce that respected journalist and regular guest author at bee-it, Sal McKeown has won the prestigious CIPR award for Business Education Journalist of the Year. The Education Journalism Awards 2015 aim to celebrate...
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Online creative digital learning platform, Night Zookeeper has today been nominated for the prestigious Bafta award for Primary Learning in recognition for its ability to inspire children to write. For schools new to Night Zookeeper,...

The founder of a Devon-based Revenge Porn helpline has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award. Laura Higgins, Online Safety Operations Manager at SWGfL and founder of the Revenge Porn Helpline has been shortlisted for...

Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and...
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  In January 2014 I attended my first Apps for Good event; a launch night for several new apps that had all been designed by student teams as part of a national app development competition.During...
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Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools andcolleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and autism,...
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Apps for Good logo

Apps for Good, the free education programme dedicated to closing the digital skills gap, has announced 18 teams of students as finalists in the Apps for Good Awards, to be held on 18 June at the Barbican in London.

The national Apps for Good Awards celebrate the next generation of problem solvers and digital-makers, young people who are creating apps to change their world for good. The 18 finalist teams, made up of students aged 12-19, will now compete in one of six thematic categories for the chance to work with experts and see their apps come to life.

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Education Resource Awards Logo

Judged to be the very best that the education sector has to offer, the winners of the annual Education Resources Awards were celebrating their achievement last night.