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Rhyme wins award

Just in case you missed them, the second annual BETT awards were announced last month. Rhyme amp; Analogy (pound;40) from Sherston SoftwareOxford University Press, won the educational software - primary category (www.sherston.comrhymea.html).

The software applications - primary awrd went to Blackcat Toolbox (pound;280 exc VAT for five user licence, pound;425 for 10) from BlackCat (recently bought by Granada Learning,, while the ICT hardware - primary category was won by the Dreamwriter IT from NTS (pound;600,

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