Lightspeed Systems Looking Ahead To World’s Largest Learning Technology Conference

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Company prepares to exhibit and present message of safe mobile engaged learning at BETT 2015 in London.

Mobile Learning Essentials

Lightspeed Systems

Lightspeed Systems knows when learning is safe, mobile, collaborative and engaged, teachers across the globe are empowered, students are focused, and parents are involved.

Lightspeed Systems is pleased to once again be exhibiting at BETT 2015. The world’s largest educational technology event will take place in London on January 21 – January 24, 2015 and will welcome more than 30,000 attendees from across the globe. With an emphasis on showcasing innovative solutions that help improve learning opportunities for students everywhere, BETT is the ideal place for Lightspeed Systems to share its vision of safe, mobile, collaborative and engaging learning with educators from around the world.

A strong focus at BETT 2015 will be the company’s commitment to providing schools with comprehensive and effective mobile learning solutions. Globally, education is going mobile—whether it be a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programme or school-funded laptops for every student. Lightspeed Systems’ Mobile Learning Essentials brings together four integrated elements—web filter, Mobile Device Manager, learning management system and the all new Classroom Orchestrator —for one complete solution. Lightspeed Systems knows when learning is safe, mobile, collaborative and engaged, teachers across the globe are empowered, students are focused, and parents are involved.

Throughout the conference, Lightspeed Systems will be holding product demonstrations and presentations from schools across the United Kingdom. Bobby Moore, Network Manager at Heathside School, Weybridge, will be discussing why their leaning platform is better than yours. Jason Quiterio, Head of ICT at Notre Dame RC School, Plymouth will be sharing best practices on how to engage both teachers and students with a learning platform and Mark Ellis, Assistant Principle at Samuel Lister Academy, Bingley will discuss the schools decision to invest in iPads for every student and teacher and the need to manage them, filter them and have a way to safely share information and resources.

Conference attendees will be able to see the solutions first-hand, talk with product developers and connect with fellow educators at Lightspeed Systems' interactive stand D180.

“At Lightspeed Systems, we believe learning is about making connections,” shares Lightspeed Systems Vice President Marketing, Amy Bennett. “We are excited to connect with schools around the world at BETT and share our commitment to collaborative and engaged learning.”

To learn more about Lightspeed Systems’ presence at BETT and a full presentation schedule, go to http://www.lightspeedsystems.com/BETT2015 or visit our website: http://www.lightspeedsystems.com/en-uk

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems’ mission is to transform education by safely and easily connecting people, resources, and technology. We’ve helped thousands of schools around the world protect and engage more than 25 million students. Lightspeed Systems + Your School. Together we do amazing things.

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