• Improvements to integration between Moodle and MIS systems such as SIMS
• New implementation package to assist schools in improving engagement with VLEs
• Primary-specific software packages promoting learning, communication and safeguarding
• A focus on mobile and tablet based learning across the product range
For the primary education sector, Webanywhere offers an all-in one package comprising school website design software, a primary specific learning platform, and an e-portfolio and collaboration tool.
The website software, School Jotter, allows schools to create and maintain a web presence, in line with the DfE guidelines which came into force in September. The primary learning platform, Learnanywhere, has been updated to allow integration with SIMS, and to promote mobile and tablet learning. Student Jotter, their popular e-portfolio tool, has a new name - “Learner Journey”, and a range of new features which will debut at the show.
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For the secondary and further education market, Webanywhere will be showcasing improvements to their Moodle service offering.
As the leading UK Moodle partner, Webanywhere have set the pace by developing sophisticated integration between Moodle and a whole range of popular MIS systems, such as SIMS. At the show, they will be launching their new Moodle package which combines this technology with a customised implementation plan, to ease the transition for schools moving to the new VLE.
Mike Bennett, Head of Secondary/F.E. division at Webanywhere noted, “Whilst traditionally we’ve provided the technical expertise schools need to get up and running with Moodle, our current offering goes much further - looking at how we can help schools implement the VLE across the curriculum to ensure pupils, staff and parents alike are fully engaged and make the best use of the school’s investment in Moodle.”
To get in touch with Webanywhere regarding any aspect of their presence at the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 862 0131.