Sue Harris, Christina Preston
01 December 1993
This report provides information on the range of software available, including programs obtainable from LEA computer centres, the kinds of software purchased by schools, the strategies and systems deployed to support teachers in their use of software, the views of software developers and publishers concerning education packages, and likely developments in the future. Other issues covered include the hardware already installed in schools, funding for IT equipment, and purchases related to in-service training courses.
Software in schools , Software in schools , Software in schools , Social software and learning , Literature review in primary science and ICT , Literature review in Science Education and the Role of ICT