Get ready for BETT 2010, with a look at what's new in education technology and interviews with some of the show's exhibitors.
Reporting from the first day of the show, Matthew Tosh finds out what exciting innovations are being launched including Boardworks' MyWorks, an assessment package that integrates with school VLEs, and an animation package from Stripey Design called Anithings.
We also get a look at the updated Us Online from Roar Educate, a VLE integrated software package that teaches e-safety and e-citizenship, as well as Shakespeare in Bits from Mindconnex, the Skoog musical instrument and Kudlian's Weather Studio.
Finally, he looks at some of the nominees for the prestigious BETT Awards including Mantra Lingua's TalkingPen and Serious Games Interactive's 'Global Conflict: Palestine'.
BETT is world's largest educational technology event, with over 600 exhibitors, and around 30,000 visitors.