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  • Blog Post: The Home Access Awards from the e-learning foundation

    Is your school working on programmes which extend access to learning through ICT at home? You might be interested in nominating yourself for the Home Access Awards , being run by the e-learning foundation. The criteria for the awards doesn’t necessarily assume that you are running a widespread programme...
  • Blog Post: Home Access Programme – the basics

    I was just starting a blog post to update everybody on the Home Access Programme, and the latest news. But then I stopped. I wondered “Well, do people know what the Home Access Programme is?” – and a couple of quick phone calls to schools and I realised that there’s a big gap between what most people...
  • Blog Post: Do you know what software you're using?

    Why on earth I'm writing this on Monday morning, I have absolutely no idea. It's bad enough that it's Monday morning. But writing about licensing? Am I mad? (Well maybe - watch the comments flow from my colleagues!) The reason to write about this now, at the beginning of term, is that it's the...
  • Blog Post: Ultra-low cost laptops

    The market for ultra-low-cost laptops is continuing to move forwards. At the point when the Asus EeePC/Asus RM miniBook were released, it created a buzz in education. Basically it was easy to see how it would be possible to imagine that every student could have a device, which is cheap, light and small...
  • Blog Post: What are you responsible for?

    This might seem like a bizarre subject, because I would guess that most of us have an idea of the scope of our responsibilities. But a recent conversation with Tim Roots from IT Vision was a bit of a surprise for me. We were talking about software licensing - Tim's a director of a software company which...
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