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  • Duolingo

    Ever wanted to learn French, German or Spanish? Or even High Valyrian and Klingon?! Duolingo offers a completely free solution for helping you or your pupils take on a new language with ease.

    Updated 16/01/2019

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  • 3D printing in education

    3D printing, the revolutionary technology originally conceived back in the early 80s, is quietly making a revolution. From robotic hands to iPhone cases to architectural models, almost anything is possible with 3D printing

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  • Apple TV in education

    It will surprise most people that the Apple TV was launched over a decade ago. It’s been through several physical changes and many price changes too, since the early models which included a 3.5” hard drive and cost well over £200.

    Subsequently, having shrunk dramatically in size, lost the embedded hard drive, added fantastic new built-in applications and dropped in price, it has come to be a must-have item not just for the ‘connected home’ but for the education market, too.

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  • iMac at Twenty : The past and present

    It’s twenty years since the release of the original bondi blue iMac – the iconic desktop computer that credited with bringing Apple back from the edge. We’ve seen many design changes, new connection standards introduced and fall away, new features and technologies arrive which have since become the norm. What will the next twenty years of iMac bring?

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  • The FileMaker Project – steps along the app development journey

    The FileMaker platform is what powers KRCS, and many companies throughout the world. It is flexible, entirely customizable and development is really quick. However, do not fear. This does not mean the KRCS development team are cowboys (and girl)! We follow clear steps when conducting a FileMaker project.

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  • The new Apple App Stores

    Anyone who has recently updated to the latest Mac or iOS will most likely have noticed a lot of changes. The well recieved dark mode or the dynamic desktops on Mac OS Mojave or the speedier apps and new photo features on iOS 12 are all obvious and welcome parts of the updates. What might have passed some people by, is the huge improvements to Apples' App Stores.

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  • Lightspeed Partner Summit 2018

    On Friday 21st September, Lightspeed HQ held their annual EMEA Partner Summit at The Hague, in the Netherlands. We were  delighted to be there,  and even more delighted to collect the Lightspeed Rising Star Award 2018.

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  • Annual Learning and Technology Conference

    KRCS were proud to hold the exclusive Learning and Technology Conference on the 27th of June at the historic National Brewery Centre in Burton upon Trent. Here are our highlights from the day.

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  • Apple’s free Schoolwork app, now live for teachers.

    Announced back in March, the ‘Schoolwork’ app from Apple, is now available

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  • Beginning with Anchor-Buoy

    Chloe, one of our FIlemaker developers, writes about her experience with the Anchor Buoy ruling, and how it helps her with visualising the relationships in her projects.

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  • WWDC 2018: Daily Blog

    Monday marked the start of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California. If you weren't lucky enough to be invited to watch the keynote in person, you can watch it on Apple's Youtube channel.

    Please keep checking back on our blog with updates on each days highlights from the 2018 Apple WWDC.

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  • Is now the time to switch from laptop to iPad?

    When choosing your next device for work, or even personal use, it largely comes down to what sort of work you are doing, and what you need from your device. There is an increasing overlap between laptops and the iPad, especially now that the iPad has become more powerful, and apps are able to do more. Is now the time to consider iPad, rather than a laptop, as the next device for you, or your workforce? Let’s look into the details.

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