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Copy right!

by Mark Baker on Fri, July 13, 2012

This article discusses the launch of a new website for schools, www.copyrightandschools.org, aimed at helping them find out when and why they might need an appropriate copyright licence and where to go to get one.
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ICT - what next?

by Jeff Howson on Fri, March 09, 2012

On January 11th 2012 Michael Gove made a speech at the BETT show indicating that successful schools will be expected in future to teach a broader and deeper understanding of ICT that includes Computer Science as well as Information Technology and Digital Literacy.This article will look at what schools should do next.
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Understanding what you spend on ICT today and budgeting for the future.

by Jeff Howson on Tue, February 14, 2012

Use the Investment Planner to determine the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of ICT within your school.
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New workshops with Natural History Museum

by Heather Hadfield on Wed, September 14, 2011

The Natural History Museum has some exciting new videoconferencing opportunities for schools this year. Meet the Scientist will now be available to schools via a streamed videoconference while the new Fieldwork conferences will give students the opportunity to find out what is involved in planning and taking part in scientific expeditions.
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Commercial Broadband Offers

by Seagull on Tue, March 15, 2011

Commercial suppliers know about the cuts in capital grant to schools and appear to have no qualms about trying to take advantage of this funding shortage to attempt to break up the national education network. We have been told of quite a few recently so I thought I should look at some of their claims.
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National College SE

by Adrian Lyth on Thu, April 22, 2010

National College Teaching Award winner announced
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ICT tools with the “wow” factor

by Jeff Howson on Thu, January 21, 2010

ICT can have a transformational impact on Learning and Teaching, raising achievement and providing opportunities to be creative and innovative. I have put together a number of resources and links that I think can enhance, extend and empower those who want to participate. It doesn't need any financial commitment, rather a willingness to try, collaborate, innovate and share. Why not choose a project, application or technology to explore, understand it and decide what you want to get out of the experience. Record the impact it has on Learning or Teaching, become a classroom researcher and share your findings, especially your successes.
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A new, very different, Interactive Whiteboard (eno from Polyvision)

by Jeff Howson on Thu, January 21, 2010

Try the new no wires, no power, indestructible, 3 in 1 Interactive Whiteboard from Polyvision.
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