Apple’s iDVD software nabbed a BETT award last week in the “Software Tools – Secondary” category, according to
BETT awards are presented to information technology products that reflect excellence for the education environment. BETT is the world’s leading exhibition for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Education. Held in London, it allows educators to try, test and compare a wide range of educational specific software, hardware, multimedia, Internet and IT support services. BETT is the longest running event in the UK’s educational calendar.
iDVD is the DVD authoring tool that comes on all Macs with SuperDrives for playing and burning CDs and DVDs. And the US$1,799 high-end version of the new iMac comes with a SuperDrive, the first Apple consumer system ever to do so.
Alas, iBook Wireless Classroom, nominated in two categories, failed to garner any awards, MacUser UK reported.