Hi-tech innovation

19th February 2010 at 00:00

Cirencester College is using new technologies in some interesting situations. Chris James, head of its science faculty, recently used a Skype link to give a lecture to A-level students in England while skiing with another group in the Czech Republic. And new mother Holly Exell has joined classmates on her criminology course via Skype while looking after her baby Daisy, born seven weeks ago.

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