Computer awards

16th January 2004 at 00:00
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A pound;3,000 cheque is waiting for each of the 10 winners in the five categories of the 2004 Learning Environment Awards. Since it was launched two months ago by ICT provider Ramesys and The TES, 125 entry registrations have been lodged. The closing date is January 25. The programme is intended to identify and reward the best use of ICT for elearning and is open to all schools.

Further information can be found at www.ramesys.comlearningenviron mentawards or by emailing

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