PCs wander in Wolves

7th January 2005 at 00:00
A pioneering project in Wolverhampton is providing pupils with 130 wireless web-enabled PDAs (personal digital assistants - Pocket PCs) for round-the-clock access to ICT "to deliver personalised learning".

The "Learning To Go" scheme, involving pupils at a junior school and a primary school, will expore "the effect on students' attainment and how the technology can be integrated".

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