Offline has nothing against US technology gurus, but wonders why event Offline has nothing against US technology gurus

5th November 2004 at 00:00
Offline has nothing against US technology gurus, but wonders why event organisers so readily reach for them to energise and amuse our teachers when home-grown experts would work just as well. Online contributor John Davitt proved this point when he delivered a drily inspiring presentation to an audience of appreciative Scottish teachers at the recent SETT Learning Festival in Glasgow. Watch out for John's forthcoming book, New Tools for Learning, due in February from Network Educational Press.

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