With the billions invested in school computers, the internet, whiteboards and suchlike, it's not surprising that many teachers are already changing their classroom practice. In this issue of Online, and on our website (www.tes.co.ukonline), we celebrate some of the outstanding work unearthed by the ICT in Practice Awards 2005, organised by the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency. None of this is pie in the sky and all of it is replicable by other teachers and practitioners. And please continue supporting these awards by making your own nominations of the ICT stars that you work with. There are excellent financial rewards for them and their schools, and the deadline is soon - so find out more at www.becta.org.ukpracticeawards Videos of this year's and last year's award-winners can be seen on our website www.tes.co.ukictawards. Finally, we're proud to team up with Crick Software, to bring you a special promotion that will create and share curriculum materials online while giving the winners pound;5,000 worth of state-of-the-art software. You can read about how one school uses Clicker 4 software on page 26 and find out all about the competition on page 31.