The genuine article?

16th October 1998 at 01:00
Teachers could be forgiven for being confused by a new organisation calling itself the NGFL Consortium. Rather than some kind of official organisation representing the Government's National Grid for Learning (hence the acronym), it is a marketing exercise by several companies, including Dialnet, Tro Learning, Questions Publishing, Mitel, Headline Communication,, Hewlett Packard and Marsnet.

The NFGL Consortium, being launched in London on November 11, also has its own website, supported by Intel and Microsoft.

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