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Educational imperatives for a digital world

20 Jul 2005
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It is well over twenty years since the widespread introduction of computers in schools. But rarely does a day pass when there isn't debate about information and communication technology access, cost, training and quality. Most schools would say they don't have enough computers, that teachers need more training to use them effectively, and students have more information and communication technology expertise than many teachers. Alison Elliott examines these issues.

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