Technology in Motion at Handheld Learning 2007

Wednesday 3rd October/... In reflection of its growing importance, the third annual Handheld Learning Conference and Exhibition has again attracted a number of high profile sponsors. The likes of Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Nintendo, Samsung and T-Mobile UK will be demonstrating new learning technology at the event taking place on 10-12th October 2007 at Central Hall Westminster, London.

Samsung is launching a new product line at Handheld Learning 2007 specifically designed for the education sector. RedHalo– the next generation managed learning platform for mobile devices– will be offering a free 1Gb online personal learning space for every primary and secondary school student in the United Kingdom.

Plus UK education technology specialist RM will be announcing a new product line, and Promethean will be introducing Activexpression, a new student response system, for the first time in the UK.

T-Mobile is exhibiting at Handheld Learning 2007, demoing the latest mobile broadband technology and what opportunities this will present in education.

Derek Williamson, Head of Business Development, T-Mobile UK, says:

“We are proud to be sponsors of this year's Handheld Learning conference. High-speed,‘mobile broadband’ networks have the ability to completely transform how, when and where we learn. In the next five years we will see mobile technology start to deliver education in a new, interactive and exciting way that will benefit pupils and teachers alike. The conference is a fantastic forum to generate ideas, debate and plans for how mobile technology can be exploited in learning in the future.”

For more information about the Handheld Learning Conference and Exhibition, go to

www.handheldlearning2007.com

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