The French Pavilion is being organized by UBIFRANCE, the French export-support agency, in partnership with Cap Digital and Afinef (the French Education Suppliers’ Trade Association), with the support of the French Ministry for Education and in collaboration with Copilot Partners. It will be situated on Stand C-98 at BETT 2014, and will present 12 French-based companies from the educational-technology sector.
The companies that will be showcased on the French Pavilion are listed below. Further details are available on request.
Developed by Adways, Adways Studio is a Software as a Service (Saas) program that allows the user to create rich and interactive videos. Adways has created a new and immersive format, especially well adapted to e-learning, which drastically increases the learner’s engagement with the video content.
Aldebaran Robotics is a world leader in humanoid robotics. NAO, the company’s renowned robot, and its software suite use the latest technological innovations in order to create educational content adapted to the curriculum. Over 5,000 NAO robots are already challenging and inspiring students in over 1,000 schools and laboratories worldwide, as part of a range of research and educational projects.
Atos is an international company with over 77,000 employees in more than 50 countries. Atos has developed ENT Libre 2.0 Solution, a shared online information workplace that grants members of educational communities unified access to digital resources as well as communication and collaborative tools.
BIC® Education offers an innovative IT classroom solution, developed in partnership with INTEL, in order to facilitate teaching and learning with digital tablets for pre-schools and primary schools. This solution includes a handwriting application and secure internet access, focusing on both literacy and Media & Information Literacy (MIL) for five- to ten-year-old children.
EduMedia is a finalist in the BETT Awards 2014 in the Digital Collections and Resource Banks category. The EduMedia website features more than 800 innovative and interactive simulations and videos to facilitate learning about science. The resources, which are accessible on the website or via an Android device, are highly visual and interactive and can be downloaded for offline use. The resources are also suitable for projection on screens and interactive whiteboards.
Belearner’s ERDENET: Video Learning Object is a web device that allows teachers to create learning pathways through interactive videos on the www.belearner.com website. The Video Learning Object concept enables users to upload a variety of documents, which can then be edited online. The documents are linked and shared through online pathways, creating an interactive network of teaching courses. The web device already has over 11,000 users.
Immanens, established in 2003, develops and provides products and services in digital publishing. The company has developed Mtab, a platform for the education sector. Mtab provides digital-textbook technology, drop-box usage, and other tools for teachers and publishers. More than 600 titles and 800,000 documents are distributed each month via the company’s platform.
ITOP education is an innovative company specializing in digital technologies and educational resources. With more than four million active users, ITOP education is a French leader on the Virtual Learning Environment market. The company also edits pedagogical resources.
OpenClassrooms is the first e-education platform of its kind in France, which brings together teachers and students through high-quality courses. There are almost 800 free courses available, which are open and accessible to all. The platform receives two million visitors per month and has over 600,000 users.
The QuizzBox software suite creates interactive educational environments through its use alongside remote-controlled handsets. Users are able to upload questionnaires via the software, to which students can submit their answers using the wireless handsets. QuizzBox is equipped with the latest technological advances in the identification of participants and instant results.
Web Service pour l’Éducation (WSE)
WSE is an independent ICT-services consultancy in the field of education. WSE has been specializing in learning technologies and ‘digital schools’ since 2003. The company’s 360° perspective covers the sector’s technical, operational, pedagogical and economic aspects, and is a major advantage when carrying out large-scale operations in a complex ecosystem.
7Speaking provides an innovative e-learning solution for improving communication skills in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. The innovative solution applies the latest principles of young-adult and adult learning. Clients receive a virtual immersion experience that is efficient, cost effective and easy to use.
UBIFRANCE is the French export-support agency. As the partner of reference for French-based companies wishing to export, UBIFRANCE offers a complete range of services based on the provision of information on export markets, legal issues and regulations, as well as international finance and tenders, while also supplying sectorial data.
In addition, UBIFRANCE offers export advice and targeted support to companies’ commercial activities, such as exploratory visits, partnership meetings, foreign exhibitions and international press communication. Finally, UBIFRANCE runs the International Postgraduate Programme (VIE) for employing qualified personnel and young graduates outside France.
UBIFRANCE, in partnership with Cap Digital and Afinef, with the support of the French Ministry for Education and in collaboration with Copilot Partners, is showcasing 12 French-based companies at the BETT trade show on the French Pavilion (Stand C-98).
BETT 2014 will take place at the EXCEL exhibition centre, in the Docklands district of London (UK), from 22 to 25 January.
The British Education and Training Technology trade show (BETT) is one of the world’s leading events for educational technology. In 2013, the trade fair welcomed 700 exhibitors and over 35,000 visitors from more than 120 countries.
For more information about BETT, please go to: www.bettshow.com
For more information about the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk/
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Kate Riley | UBIFRANCE
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