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SIIA to host at BETT

The Education Division of the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) will participate in London’s BETT Show and host an Ed Tech Pavilion for its members.
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The Education Division of the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) will participate in London’s BETT Show and host an Ed Tech Pavilion for its members.

SIIA's Ed Tech Pavilion highlights free materials for educators on a variety of topics, including games, personalized learning, copyright, and Vision K-20. In addition, SIIA will host a members-only breakfast featuring Ray Barker, director of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), who will answer questions about the UK education market

BETT 2012 will be held January 11-14 in Olympia, London, attracting more than 600 educational suppliers and around 30,000 visitors.

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