Becta currently runs a big Emerging Technologies web site. It has valuable contents but I found it frustratingly organised. (I vaguely remember being consulted a few years ago - with wire-frames - by a company that had won the contract for this service, or the web site on which the service runs.) I found the site quite difficult to navigate, with unhelpfully short abstracts, and peculiar policies on things like the dating of items, and their authorship. I n the continuation post below I combine some links on the site with abstracts about the (interesting and useful) items to which they point.
Abstracts of this kind save the user a lot of time in the long run, and JISC does them a bit better in sites like this one, although it is also evidence that the UK technology in learning world is unhelpfully fragmented, something that is on my mind as a result of UK Government's decision to close Becta. (The Association for Learning Technology - ALT - for which I work part-time, had something about this published yesterday.)
I played about with a custom search that gives returns from JISC, Becta, ALT, Naace, Futurelab, TEL (it would be simple to add others, cheap to get the advertisements removed, and the current version of the code for the search window is at the foot of the continuation post if you would like to reuse it):