PIN provides online reviews

7th November 2003 at 00:00
Parents and teachers building home-school links now have online access to 200 evaluations of digital learning materials for children at key stage 2.

They were carried out by the national ICT service for parents, the Parents Information Network (PIN) at the behest of the Department for Education and Skills.

The materials, both CD-Roms and websites, are judged on their suitability for home use. There is also guidance to help parents and teachers judge materials themselves.

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