Your opinion counts

2nd July 2004 at 01:00
This item is for your students, and it's important. Please ask them to tell researchers at Cardiff University all about internet provision at your secondary school, warts and all. It will help researcher Dr Neil Selwyn get a picture of the kinds of practices going on in UK schools. Go to the website below where you can submit stories of up to 100 words on how schools use the net in schools. Dr Selwyn says: "We want students to give us the honest truth about how they use the internet in schools. What do they think is better or worse about using it at school when compared to home? Crucially, we want to hear their views on what can be made better in the schools of the future." Don't forget to tell them now as the deadline is July 23.

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