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A sneak peek of the products on display at African EduWeek 2014. Product sectors include Basic Education, Higher Education, Technology, Inclusive Education, Publishing, Stationery and International Pavilions. African EduWeek is FREE to attend. Register now at educationweek.co.za

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  • Look inside for: Product showcase by sector Technical workshop programme Exclusive editorial content Floorplan and exhibitor list

    10 - 11 July 2014Pre-conference 9 JulySandton Convention CentreJohannesburg

    PRODUCT GUIDE

    www.educationweek.co.za

    HIGHEREDUCATION

    BASICEDUCATION

    TECHNOLOGY

    INCLUSIVEEDUCATION

    STATIONERYPUBLISHING

    Africas premier education event

    FREE TO ATTEND

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    The EduWeek 2014 Product Guide

    2014 sponsors

    Intel C6

    Faber-Castell B5A

    Audiosure E4

    85 exhibitors

    16 FREE TO ATTEND

    technical workshops

    A selection of the latest educational products from the EduWeek Expo 2014

    EduWeek is the biggest event in Africa with regards

    to education. It incorporates all the segments dealing with

    education into one eventAndre Christian, Education Business

    Development Manager, Intel

    Diamond sponsor

    Platinum sponsors

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    Welcome to the African EduWeek product guide our latest innovation to show you exactly what African EduWeek is all about and what you can expect as a visitor to the expo!

    Now, where to start? By visiting EduWeek as a free visitor (yes, its free to attend) you will have the opportunity to meet with 85 of the worlds leading education companies in one location. Sound good? It gets better. For the first time ever EduWeek has been split into dedicated sectors so you can compare the latest products, solutions and technologies side-by-side, ask questions direct to the manufacturers and ultimately make informed decisions about potential investment.

    African EduWeek is not just an expo. With interactive demonstrations, networking opportunities and free-to-attend technical workshops taking place throughout both days at the event, African EduWeek 2014 is simply the must attend event for education professionals from across the continent.

    If you have visited African EduWeek in the past we guarantee it will be a whole new experience in 2014! If you have never been a guest at African EduWeek join us and see what all the fuss is about, we know you wont be disappointed.

    Look forward to seeing you there

    Tim PhillipsMarketing ManagerAfrican EduWeek 2014

    Welcome to EduWeek 2014

    Basic Education

    Higher Education

    Technology

    Inclusive Education

    Stationery

    Publishing

    International Pavilion

    Intel Investing now in the leaders of tomorrow

    Expert interviews

    Free to attend workshop programme

    Floorplan and exhibitor list

    Inside this guide

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    Register now for free entry at www.educationweek.co.za

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    African EduWeek Africas Premier Education Exhibition

    Top reasons to attend the EduWeek Expo in 2014

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    Test and compare the products and services from over 80 of the worlds leading education companies

    Get advice and learn from manufacturers on how to successfully implement technologies and solutions into your schools and institutions

    Network and build relationships with new suppliers and peers

    Free interactive workshops and live product demonstrations

    Build conference sessions into your expo visit by attending individual sessions priced at just R495

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    Basic education

    High quality learning startswith basic education

    1 Pearson C22 Parrot Products E23 Intel Education C64 Education Resources Africa A75 Smart Swipe Solutions F13

    BASICEDUCATION

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    1 Edit Microsystems B92 Impak A133 Totem Bags B194 Lector SA D115 Bantex B5A

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    FREE TO ATTEND FOR ALL VISITORS

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    Higher education HIGHEREDUCATION

    Enhance learning beyond the classroom

    1 Eduboard D12 Impak A133 Technica Learning Resources C34 Edit Microsystems B9

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    MAKE IT

    We have the vision to see beyond today, to lead you to a brighter tomorrow.

    Applications close 1 August 2014

    NMMU equips you with the necessary skills, knowledge and

    opportunities to meet the challenges of tomorrow. Take charge of

    your destiny and apply for one of our internationally-recognised

    diploma or degree qualifications.

    Contact us today PO Box 77 000 Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Port Elizabeth 6031 E-mail: info@nmmu.ac.za Port Elizabeth Campuses: 041 504 1111 George Campus: 044 801 5111 Website: www.nmmu.ac.za

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    6066 NMMU Generic Undergrad - Closing date.indd 2 2014/02/14 8:52 AM

    Stand C10

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    TechnologyTECHNOLOGY

    1 Edit Microsystems B92 Edu365 Group E103 Young Tech Solutions F94 Extron E8A5 Extron E8A

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    Meet the technology companies driving African education into the 21st Century

    1 Intel Education C62 Dell E73 Audiosure E44 RISO Africa E3

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    Technology

    Stand D10

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    Inclusive education INCLUSIVEEDUCATION

    Removing the barriers to a quality

    education

    1 Edit Microsystems B92 Sensory Solutions C53 Edit Microsystems B94 Sensory Solutions C5

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    Stationery

    Providing learners with the right tools to succeed

    1 Faber-Castell B5A2 Bantex B5A 3 Statesman Stationary A44 Flip File A25 BIC B4

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    STATIONERY

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    1 BIC B42 Flip File A23 Bantex B5A4 Faber-Castell B5A

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    ALL THESE PRODUCTS AND MUCH MORE

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    Publishing

    No institution is complete without learning resources

    1 Macmillan B72 IO Publishing C113 Pearson C24 Pearson C25 Raintree Publishing C4A6 Impak A13

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    PUBLISHING

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    International pavilion CEIEC

    See the latest classroom equipment from China

    All products CEIEC

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    Intel editorial

    Why investing now in the leaders of tomorrow is important

    Intel believes education is a fundamental right for everyone and technology opens doors to opportunity. Intel believes that young people are the key to solving global challenges. A solid math and science foundation coupled with skills such as critical thinking, collaboration and problem solving are crucial for their success. That is why we get directly involved today in education programs, advocacy, and technology access to enable tomorrows innovators. Intel has invested over $1 billion globally, while Intel employees have donated over 5 million hours in the past decade towards improving education in more than 70 countries.

    Intel Global Girls and Women Initiative

    We are working to empower millions of girls and women around the world by closing the gender gap in education access, inspiring more girls and women to become creators of technology, and connecting girls and women to opportunity through technology access. Educating girls and closing the Internet gender gap also has an important multiplier effect - expandingopportunities for families, communities and nations. We are also committed to increasing the representation of women in technical and leadership roles in our own workforce and supply chain.

    Investing in girls and women is not only the right thing to do for society, it also supports our long-term business success by expanding our talent pipeline and creating educated consumers in new markets.

    Intel Teach Programme

    Since 1999, the Intel Teach Programme has been helping teachers around the world integrate technology into classrooms and promote student centered approaches to engage students in learning and preparing them with critical skills for success in the global economy. To date, the programme has trained more than 10 million teachers in over 70 countries and territories.

    Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

    Intel is directly involved in education today to inspire and enable innovation tomorrow. To expand elementary and secondary students knowledge of and enthusiasm for science, mathematics and engineering, Intel sponsors a number of math and science competitions, including: Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a progr