Type: Web article
Author: Merlin John
Published: July 31, 2008
As millions of pounds of Government cash are invested in learning platforms that may, or may not, be bought into by teachers and learners, grassroots developments with open source software in UK schools are starting to show startlingly cost-effective uses of ICT that are extending teaching and learning to homes and improving results.
Cottenham Village College in Cambridge now runs its entire online teaching, learning and home community – 1,500-1,600 users - on an open source system currently costing just £6 a month for server space.
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