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  • EndNote X2 for Mac OS X a major upgrade to EndNote is launched

     

    Adept Scientific plc (Letchworth, Herts) is pleased to announce the release of EndNote® X2 for Mac® OS X, the bibliographic management software used by millions of researchers, librarians and students, by the Scientific business of Thomson Reuters (Philadelphia PA).


    (Filed: Thu Sep 04 2008)
  • Reference Manager 12 for Windows is released


    Adept Scientific plc (Letchworth, Herts) is pleased to announce the release of a major upgrade to Reference Manager® for Windows — the bibliographic software used by researchers worldwide by the Scientific business of Thomson Reuters (Philadelphia, USA).


    (Filed: Thu Sep 04 2008)
  • STUDENTS GROUND THEIR HELICOPTER PARENTS

     

    This survey shows that students are not as heavily influenced by their parents as much newspaper coverage about helicopter parents would have us believe.


    (Filed: Thu Aug 28 2008)
  • FA Cup Winners Portsmouth Launch Football-Themed Books To Get Young Boys Reading


    In what is thought to be the first collaboration of its kind, FA Cup Winners Portsmouth have teamed up with educational publisher Ransom and Childline to launch a specially prepared series of football-themed books designed to motivate children who are either reluctant to read or find reading difficult.


    (Filed: Wed Aug 27 2008)
  • Jobs for the boys (and girls)


    In line with the government’s ‘apprenticeship drive’, Southampton and Guildford based Apprenticeship Training Limited (ATL) are urging firms and individuals to take on young apprentices across a variety of trades.


    (Filed: Tue Aug 05 2008)
  • 10/10 as SkillsTrain wins top slot from professional book-keeping body


    British distance learning college, SkillsTrain, has become the country’s top achieving college in the recent International Association of Book-keepers computerised book keeping exams. The company, which has trained over 6 million students in over 60 years, fought off fierce competition from other full-time learning institutes and colleges, to achieve the top accolade.


    (Filed: Tue Jun 03 2008)
  • SQA signs landmark e-Assessment contract with BTL


    BTL Group Ltd, a leading UK Learning and Assessment solutions provider, announced today that the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) has selected BTL to provide an enterprise wide e-assessment development and delivery system.


    (Filed: Mon Apr 07 2008)
  • Young Enterprise Celebrates 35 Years


    As part of their ongoing 35th Anniversary celebrations this year, Young Enterprise in Aylesbury Vale held a fundraising dinner on Thursday 13 March at the Hardings Restaurant at Aylesbury College. Many of the Charity’s supporters were there, and an amazing selection of auction prizes helped to make the evening a huge success.


    (Filed: Fri Mar 14 2008)
  • British plumbers opt for stay at home studies


    In the light of Britain’s continued shortage of qualified trades people, home study specialists Train4Trade Skills has announced that thousands are signing up to study at home, using their unique blended learning plumbing courses.


    (Filed: Mon Mar 03 2008)
  • Grandma Goes Global


    Grandmother Robyn Dalby-Stockwell battles child illiteracy.


    (Filed: Mon Mar 03 2008)
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