London students and teachers get a digital brain

Chris Johnston

More than 1.2 million London students and their teachers will this month get a personal "digital brain" as the London Grid for Learning launches. Digitalbrain plc won the contract to develop an interactive knowledge portal for the London Grid, a collaboration with the capital's 33 local authorities. Brian Durrant, its chief executive, said Digitalbrain was chosen because of the comprehensive features and functionality its system offered. London Grid for Learning: www.lgfl.net Digitalbrain: www.digitalbrain.com

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