Category: News

  • ‘Discovering Digital World’ Roadshow for s1-s3 pupils

    Students in your region are invited to join us this spring for the “Discovering Digital World” roadshow series. An innovative event, FREE to attend for students in S1 – S3, produced by Young Scot in association with My World of Work. The roadshows will showcase the exciting possibilities of a career in digital technology through […]

  • Tip for users of Google’s Chrome browser

    Users of the Google Chrome browser on PCs, Laptops and Netbooks should note that if they receive a message that they need to update Flash; they could try using Internet Explorer browser as a work-around. Users of iPads and Chromebooks should not experience any problems with this issue. I.T will be updating the Chrome browser in […]

  • ePIPS Assessments Moving to the Web for 2013-2014

    CEM have confirmed that the new web-based e-assessment engine for the ePIPS P3, P5 and P7 assessments will be ready to use for the 2013-14 academic session. This is a welcome change which should enable the assessments to be run on any school computer. We do not yet have any further details, but will aim to […]

  • Google Chrome is coming to East Lothian Schools

    East Lothian IT have started planning for the Google Chrome web browser to be deployed on school computers.

  • Pupil Inclusion Network: Digital Lives

    Scotland’s Pupil Inclusion Network has posted some useful links following their recent seminar on how children and young people live their digital lives. PINS Theme: Digital Lives This PINS theme explores where children and young people go in the virtual world for fun, social networking and learning. Whilst recognising the major concerns we have – […]