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Digital Learning Week 2016

What is National Digital Learning Week?

It’s a week during which the Digital Learning Community encourages practitioners to share publicly examples of the ways in which they are currently using technology to support learning and teaching. 100 more words

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Accessible research?

Students, Computers and Learning: Making the Connection.

The latest OECD report on the use of technology to support learning made for interesting reading, http://www.oecd.org/publications/students-computers-and-learning-9789264239555-en.htm

The press tended to cover it in a fairly negative way – BBC, Computers ‘do not improve pupil results’ say OECD, … 139 more words

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BYOD/BYOT: are we ready?

The ownership of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets has grown rapidly. 93% of adults in the UK owned or used a mobile phone in 2014; 66% owned a smartphone. 277 more words

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Is John Hughes to blame for Inverness's poor start?

It’s been four months since John Hughes climbed the steps at Hampden Park. Graeme Shinnie ended his spell at Inverness lifting the Scottish Cup; the first captain to celebrate a major cup success at the highland club. 976 more words

Scottish Premiership

Centrepiece beauty

This was the chosen centre piece of a recent wedding in our sister property.  We adore it and it certainly set the tone for a fun and glamorous evening! 118 more words

Ashdown Park Hotel

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Being part of the Digital Learning Community is all about talking to each other about the issues that matter most.

Learning through collaboration is a key feature of CfE. 74 more words

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The future is bright for Paul McMullan

I’m an admirer of Friday night football. After a gruelling week of work it’s nice to get pumped up for some football. It generates a more electric atmosphere; that mix of post-work euphoria and the exhilaration of football fandom – Saturday afternoon matches are quite relaxed in comparison. 901 more words

Scottish Football