Ian Webster, head of e-learning, Accenture

November 2003
IT Training;Nov2003, p47
Trade Publication
The article provides information related to Ian Webster, head of electronic-learning, Accenture Ltd. He is responsible for 40 consultants who design, implement and manage training projects for some of the world's largest firms. He was a primary school teacher for many years. When the BBC Micro arrived, he went to work for the local authority developing programs for kids to use computers. Then he was seconded to work with BT on research into how IT improves education.


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