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     network2learn.com
network2learn.com use mobile technology to link schools to help them share good practice, and link classroom teachers so that they can share lessons and learning resources.
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     101 great uses for a handheld
This is a list to spark your imagination about different ways to use your handheld computer in education. By K12 Handhelds.
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     PDA's in Schools - Becta report (pdf)
A report on the potential of PDA's in Schools prepared by David Perry on behalf of Becta.
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     Inspiration for Handhelds
Available from www.taglearning.com. Use Inspiration across the curriculum for: mind mapping,webbing diagramming, planning, organising, critical thinking, concept mapping, outlining. Now available for both Palm and Windows Mobile/ Pocket PC powered PD
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     Microsoft Mobile Learning Solutions for Schools
Mobile Learning Solutions with Microsoft technologies give you the freedom to extend the education experience beyond the traditional classroom.
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     A PDA for every School Child!
What happens when you give every child their own PDA? A lot in a short time seems to be the answer. A report from the DfES
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     Wolverhampton CLC Blog
The CLC Blog posts news, views, articles and podcasts from the staff and students working at Wolverhampton City Learning Centre
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     The Handheld Centric Classroom
An inspiring article (pdf format) by Elliot Soloway and Cathie Norris first appearing in Pocket PC Magazine.
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     Wolverhampton LEA Video
Video produced by Microsoft to case study the Wolverhampton project. Requires Windows Media Player to view.
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     GoKnow PAAM/HLE Brochure
Information about the PAAM device and application management solution and the Handheld Learning Environment that includes Project, PicoMap and Sketchy.
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