Collaboration awards

30th April 2004 at 01:00
If your school is collaborating with other schools online, or you have a particularly good website, it's worth checking out the website of the e-Learning Awards 2004, run by European SchoolNet and sponsored by Young Digital Poland, a commercial supplier of educational software and new media.

They are looking for the best three examples of innovative ICT in schools. The other categories are: ICT in school collaboration: best learning object; mathematics and science; use of ICT by a municipal or regional institution; school collaboration; culture; global reach through the use of ICT; languages.

The last three rounds have attracted submissions from thousands of teachers and schools in 40 countries across Europe, with awards ceremonies in Lisbon, Stockholm and Geneva handing out a total of pound;137000.


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