BETT arrives in Abu Dhabi 25th October

Education show will showcase new developments in learning technology

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BETT arrives in Abu Dhabi 25th October The second edition of the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) Middle East will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) in Abu Dhabi from 25th to 26th October, 2011.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  September 7, 2011

The second edition of the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) Middle East will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) in Abu Dhabi from 25th to 26th October, 2011.

The event will showcase new technological developments designed to improve productivity and efficiency in the learning environment.

BETT Middle East 2011 is organised by Emap Connect and endorsed by the Abu Dhabi Educational Council (ADEC).

"BETT Middle East is a comprehensive conference and exhibition showcasing the latest technology to promote innovative and collaborative learning. The Middle East has invested a significant amount into the education industry. We are certain that the speakers and exhibitors will provide visitors with the necessary mindset and tools to enhance the standards of education in the MENA region further, building on the success of last year," Paul Dunne, managing director, Emap Connect.

The first edition of the BETT Middle East show welcomed over 2,200 educators from across the MENA region as well as trade and channel buyers including resellers and distributors from the UAE, GCC and wider Middle East regions.

This year's BETT Middle East will feature two key events; Education Leaders @ BETT Middle East, a discussion and networking conference focused on leveraging the potential of ICT to transform teaching and learning in the region, and the Higher Education ICT Forum @ BETT Middle East, which is a gathering point for senior IT professionals working in the region's key universities and colleges.

At the Higher Education ICT Forum, delegates will look at how institutions can use ICT to adapt to changing teaching and research requirement, control costs, improve efficiency and sharpen competitive advantage in the higher education market place.

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