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Dissolving boundaries through technology in education: making a difference with ICT
Quirke-Bolt, Nigel; Rickard, Angela; Metcalfe, Nigel; Austin, Roger; Smyth, Jane; Mallon, Marie
A total of 320 schools have participated in the Dissolving Boundaries programme since its launch in 1999. The number of schools involved increased from 146 in 2006-7 to 170 in 2007-8. All schools in Northern Ireland continue to be recruited through ICT advisors in all 5 area boards, which ensures an even spread of schools. The current cohort of schools in the Republic of Ireland has been recruited through 18 Education Centres, which cover a very large area of the country.
Keyword(s): Collaborative learning; Schools; Northern Ireland; Republic of Ireland; ICT; Report
Publication Date:
2008
Type: Report
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Language(s): English
Institution: Mary Immaculate College
Citation(s): Making a Difference with ICT, Research report published by the Dissolving Boundaries programme co-written with Roger Austin, Jane Smyth, Marie Mallon, Angela Rickard and Nigel Metcalfe, 2008.
Publisher(s): Ablex Publishing Corporation
First Indexed: 2018-12-06 06:46:00 Last Updated: 2018-12-06 06:46:00