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New@BETT 2012 sponsored by19www.espresso.co.ukwww.channel4learning.comwww.channel4learning.com/clipbankyoubettBETT provides a fantastic opportunity to learn from, share ideas and network with fellow educators. Why not get the discussions started before the show using our online social community for BETT visitors, www.you-bett.comNew for 2012, youbett is the ideal online meeting place for educators to share ideas and discuss the issues they are facing throughout the year, before and after the show.Use youbett to Connect with your peers Join discussions on the latest issues, policy and ICT resources in education.Get the latest on the industry from leading groups and associations within the BETT community. A place for resources. You can contribute to the BETT teaching community by uploading useful information on the latest ICT resources - share product reviews, lesson plans, help sheets, photos and videos.Are you a regular blogger with comments and views to share on the education sector? Email carly.wonnacott@mangomarketing.com if you would like to be featured as a guest blogger for youbett.youbett

20New@BETT 2012 sponsored bywww.espresso.co.ukinformation pointsInformation PointsSEN Information Point (hosted by nasen)Visit the SEN Information Point on stand SN15 which is once again hosted by nasen, the UK's leading association for encompassing all special and additional education needs. Visitors can seek advice, discover the latest research findings and CPD opportunities, have questions answered and be pointed in the direction of the exhibitors or resources most relevant to their needs. Software Information Point (hosted by TEEM)In the National Gallery, the TEEM Software Information Point is where you can find impartial advice about the latest software available to schools. BESA Information Point - stand D46The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) is the education sector's trade association. It works with the government, schools and suppliers to ensure the sector's standards are always optimised. Speak with members of the BESA team at the BESA Information Point located at Stand D46 to answer any queries or concerns you may have.Edugeek Technical Information Point - stand G89 Visit the Edugeek stand G89 for answers to technical questions and to discover which exhibitors match your technical needs. Edugeek will also offer a wide range of advice and best practice ideas for technical support staff.BETT GurusIs this your first year at BETT? Would you like to speak to experienced BETT visitors? A new initiative for this year's show is BETT Gurus, a selected group of experienced BETT visitors available onsite to help you get the most out of BETT. They offer real, practical advice on the latest resources, and as veterans, can advise on how best to navigate the show. Please check the BETT 2012 Show Guide for more information when you arrive or visit www.bettshow.comHelping Everyone AchieveThe IT Professionals' life lineThe