Vernon CoakerVernon CoakerUnder-secretary for schools Diana Johnson MP will join Becta leaders on the first day of the BETT 2010 educational technology show in Olympia, London (January 13), for a full half-day of briefings from 12pm to mark the launch of the home Access Programme.

BETT 2010 will be opened by schools minister Vernon Coaker MP at 11.30 in a keynote presentation in the Apex Room at Olympia. This will be followed by the BESA "Breaking the Bonds of Learning" keynote (supported by in which Professors Stephen Heppell and Angela McFarlane, learning expert Tim Rylands and 2Simple's Max Wainewright will give their wishlists for ublocking progress to 21st century learning. Mobile phone interactivity for the audience will be provided by Steve Sidaway and the Txttools service which is also being used at the Learning and Technology World Forum earlier in the week.

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