Nelson Thornes launch free ICT primary advice line

16th February 2001 at 00:00
When it comes to business, two into one is not always the best deal for customers. If two banks merge, for example, it often means branch closures. The good news from Nelson Thornes, the publisher formed from Stanley Thornes and Thomas Nelson, is that the company has launched a free ICT primary advice line, open five daysa week. Teachers can log on between noon and 1pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and from 3.30pm on Thursday and Friday during term time. ICT advisers and Nelson Thornes authors will be joining the primary ICT chatroom to take questions from teachers.

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