Dec 20, 2012
Webanywhere will once again be exhibiting at the BETT Show 2013, located on stand F280. This year the company will be showcasing new developments to their range of e-learning products and services.
Dec 04, 2012
Education technology specialists Webanywhere recently co-sponsored the 2012 SEASIMS conference, hosted by the International School of Penang in Malaysia.
Oct 25, 2012
e-Learning specialists Webanywhere recently created the new UCFB learning management system. The new platform helps UCFB deliver course content and student support to mobile devices.
Sep 26, 2012
Webanywhere announce the launch of innovative online record of achievement and internal communication software for schools, designed for e-safety and to document learning journeys
Aug 31, 2012
Build an outstanding online presence for your school with the new Wellee package from Webanywhere
Jul 23, 2012
e-Learning company Webanywhere have reached the final stage of a Wokingham Borough Council tender for learning platforms. The tender is the first to use the Information Management Learning Services Framework set up by the Department for Education.
May 08, 2012
E-learning company Webanywhere appointed to the new Department for Education Framework, having demonstrated the quality and the value for money of their service during the rigorous evaluation process
May 04, 2012
Webanywhere, the e-learning and website company have released an update for their learning platform Learnanywhere. Cirrus, the community hub, facilitates teacher collaboration by allowing professionals to share resources online.
Mar 22, 2012
Webanywhere, the e-learning experts, have launched a new upgraded version of School Jotter. It's the easy to use website editor designed specifically for the whole school community.
Feb 29, 2012
Yorkshire based web design and e-learning company, Webanywhere Ltd, has announced the release of a new system to integrate Moodle 2 and Google Apps for Education more tightly, allowing users to access both systems with a single username and password.