All Posts by Terry Freedman

[Guest Blog] Are virtual conferences worth your time?

Author: Terry FreedmanTerry freedman is a freelance ed tech writer and consultant. He blogs at ICT & Computing in Education, and tweets as @terryfreedman.   It’s good that although many conferences have had to be cancelled, or at least deferred indefinitely, some have transitioned to being online. However, are such events worth your money or your […]

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[Guest Blog] 6 Top marketing tips to put into action during crisis-mode

Author: Terry FreedmanTerry freedman is a freelance ed tech writer and consultant. He blogs at ICT & Computing in Education, and tweets as @terryfreedman.   Let’s be realistic: with yet another national lockdown looming (and perhaps even implemented by the time this has been published), it’s not going to be “business as usual” in the old […]

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[Guest Blog] Which online learning platform?

Author: Terry FreedmanTerry freedman is a freelance ed tech writer and consultant. He blogs at ICT & Computing in Education, and tweets as @terryfreedman.  A comparison of three different platforms: Zoom, Google Meet and Google ClassroomIf you need to run webinars or video conference calls for your customers, or make recommendations regarding one for your […]

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[Guest Blog] How does your product really perform?

Author: Terry FreedmanTerry freedman is a freelance ed tech writer and consultant. He blogs at ICT & Computing in Education, and tweets as @terryfreedman.   Companies sometimes have reference sites, which can be very useful for other potential customers. Indeed, I always recommend that when a school is shopping around for a particular kind of product […]

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[Guest Blog] Who are the stakeholders?

Author: Terry FreedmanTerry freedman is a freelance ed tech writer and consultant. He blogs at ICT & Computing in Education, and tweets as @terryfreedman.   You’ve consulted with senior leaders, teachers, students – just about everyone you can think of, in fact. You launch the product and then WHAM! People complain that it doesn’t work, or […]

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