Colleges get £1m for study of e-learning

April 2004
IT Training;Apr2004, p6
Trade Publication
The Great Britain's Department for Education and Skills has given a total of £ 1m to nine college partnerships, made up of sixth-form centers and adult education institutions, to investigate the potential of e-learning. The participants, which were selected from 86 bidders, will use the money to improve staff skills and examine how e-learning could be used within their organization. Each project has developed criteria for success, which will form the basis of the assessment.


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