LEARNING LESSONS FROM BETT: BEST PRACTICES IN EDUCATION ICT

January 25, 2012 | By | Reply More

Keeping up to date with technology, whilst adhering to strict budgets, is a huge challenge for schools.

 

Brother recently attended BETT 2012, a show that helps educational bodies learn about the ICT options available to them. At the BETT show, pupils from pioneering secondary and primary schools in the country showcased their success through a series of 30-minute presentations on “Leading on learning in a digital age” at the Brother stand.

 

Brother has been working with pioneering schools as well as teaming up with the School Network and the ICT Register to create resources to minimise costs, improve efficiency, and reduce the impact upon the environment.

Brother Mono Laser Multifunction Machine - MFC-8890DW

Brother P-Touch Handheld Machine - PT-1090

As well as this, Brother also demonstrated the mono laser MFC-8890DW, the colour laser MFC-9970CDW, the A3 colour inkjet MFC-J5910DW and the PT-1090  label printer.

If you are looking for printing solutions for any educational bodies, Brother is currently offering a free of charge evaluation, a helpdesk, engineer training, and 0% interest free finance over the contract period and free contract set up (usually £50) on managed print solutions for schools until March 2012 (terms and conditions apply).

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