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After the hype: E3 2015 was somewhat entertaining, somewhat lacklustre.

Initially, the various announcements from E3 2015 left my jaw dropped in awe… initially. A week after, I’ve been able to reflect over the titles announced and came to the conclusion that as amazing as many of these announcements were, they weren’t that surprising. 1,543 more words

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A series of summer events needs your participation

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The National Digital Learning Forum invites you to take part in a series of events during June and July about teaching and learning with technology. 238 more words

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Digital Learning Week 2016

Digital Learning Week 2015 (or DigiLearnScot Week as it became known) was a great success with establishments the length and breadth of the country joining in either individually, as a whole school or authority events to consider how digital learning supports learning and teaching.  116 more words

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Computational Thinking - what does it mean for Scottish Education?

When you search for “computational thinking” you are greeted with a wealth of links, videos, and articles. The recently published  http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/Images/TechnologiesImpactReport__tcm4-850866.pdf  report uses the title ‘Building Society” to: 206 more words

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SPFL Premiership: Are Aberdeen over-reliant on Adam Rooney?

Aberdeen are the biggest threat to Celtic’s hopes of retaining the Premiership crown next season. Whether or not Rangers accomplish their aim of returning to the top tier of Scottish football, the Ibrox club won’t be in a position – either in terms of their finances or squad – to challenge their Old Firm rivals. 610 more words

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Defensive stability key for St Johnstone

The Scottish Cup Final could be a tense affair in Perth. One year after their memorable defeat of Dundee United, collecting the first trophy in their history, St Johnstone supporters might find themselves supporting another team in blue: Inverness. 1,232 more words

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Splatoon splashes a new colour of hope for the Wii U.

If you’re a Wii U owner, I’m sure (had you had the time) you’ve played the Splatoon Global Testfire. One of the top criticisms you generally hear about Nintendo is that they recycle their IP’s – whilst this is not necessarily true – Nintendo challenges this with a new iconic hit. 1,167 more words

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