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Welcome to this October 2015 e-news bulletin. Please feel free to forward this e-news bulletin to colleagues that you think would be interested in any of the items below. If you have any comments or suggestions on this bulletin or indeed any special requests for special software offers, please email them to SS4E.


  • A rundown of the major changes in Settings for iOS 9 can be found here
  • The new CREATE Education website was launched on the 23rd September and can be found here It contains a wealth of information and educational resources on the use of 3D Printing in education. Please also take a look at this link which shows Paul Abbot talking about the CREATE Education Project
  • Ultimaker are hosting a 3D Printing Webinar - Getting The Most From Cura on October 6th at 3.45 pm. It will be informative and useful for novices and experts alike! To register for the webinar please click here If you can't attend it is being recorded and will be available later. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar
  • Wildgoose Education is launching its arterial photographs of Scotland
  • Busythings is now available on Glow - busythings is a collection of highly engaging interactive games, learning tools and powerful teaching resources all designed to make teaching and learning as much fun and easy as possible. Busythings is linked to the Early, First and Second levels of CfE. A 28 day free trial if available on Glow
  • Tomorrow's World: Inspiring Primary Scientists published by CBI (2015)
  • A reminder that Crick Software are holding a series of Clicker Breakfast seminars starting this month Dates, locations and registration are available here

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