Message drowns in sea of words

10th September 2004 at 01:00
This, presumably, was a mistake, unlike the carefully crafted PR bollocks courtesy of Nesta and AccessArt about the Immersive Learning Space:

"The project works with teenagers and creative adults, who act as partners and consultants to answer the key question: 'When, where and how does learning happen best?' The resulting Immersive Learning Space validates learning through 'active doing and seeing' and is full of examples of learning at its most exhilarating, capturing creative instances and inspirations."

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