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DIY software

Teams of teachers, students and programmers have been competing to develop interactive education software in just three days in a competition funded by the Department for Education and Skills. The winning prototype will be taken up for futher development by Futurelab in Bristol, an educational computer laboratory set up by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts.

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