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Creating digital age learners through school ICT projects: What can the Tech Angels project teach us?

Author(s): 
Rachel Bolstad and Jane Gilbert

This paper surveys recent work on school ICT projects.

It looks at the ideas that are informing this work and surveys some of the strategies being used in the drive to turn schools into 'ICT-rich learning environments'.

In order to illustrate how these ideas play out in 'real-world' situations, the paper also profiles one New Zealand school-based ICT initiative as a case study - the Tech Angels project at Wellington Girls’ College - focussing in particular on how this school’s experiences can help other schools considering setting up similar programmes.

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Year published: 
2006
Publication type: 
Research report
Publisher: 
NZCER, for the Ministry of Education
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Jane Gilbert