Extra on the website

10th November 2000 at 00:00
There was so much good information in this feature, that we couldn't fit it all in, but it is available on the TESOnline website www.tes.co.ukonline This month's extras include Gerald Haigh writing about Bromcom Computer's MyChildAtSchool.com which offers an off-the-shelf solution for parental access to pupil records - an invaluable service.

George Cle investigates how games consoles can make a serious contribution to increasing access to the Internet for households without a computer.

Finally, Jack Kenny looks into how one company, Intel, has an education policy that is spreading across the world and helping them use technology meaningfully for sucess.

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