Archive for June 23rd, 2010
Simply enter a location in the form and submit it to get detailed information about the place you are looking for – including its “ancestors”, “siblings”, “children” (smaller regions of the area) and other relationships.
For example, when you look up Bristol (you can drill down much deeper and in more detail than that) it shows the ancestors as England and The United Kingdom. It “belongs to” category includes area codes, counties (both existing and historical) and much more.
This could be useful information when investigating a local area, or contrasting region somewhere else in the country, or indeed, the world.
Today, we are at the West Berkshire ICT Conference, presenting a keynote on the ideas around “Taking off and flying” at Microsoft office, Reading
The conference is an invitation to governors, headteachers and teachers from West Berkshire to share notes and look forward to the coming year. This annual event is organised in order to take place after the hub-bub of exams and SATs have died down. It offers a chance for ICT co-ordinators, network managers, senior leaders and governors the chance to view what other schools are doing, innovations around the corner and opportunities to meet colleagues. This year includes colleagues from Reading and Slough authories and schools. Continue Reading