ICT in Schools: Cloud service is heading south

For nearly 15 years Northern Ireland has been a pioneer when it comes to integrating technology into the classroom.

19th January, 2014

For nearly 15 years Northern Ireland has been a pioneer when it comes to integrating technology into the classroom, first with the highly-acclaimed C2K programme, and more recently with it's successor, the Education Network for Northern Ireland (ENNI).

From day one, the government in the North has invested in managed service providers, recognising that schools should concentrate on pedagogy rather than technology. One provider that has emerged in the last two years, Wholeschool, is now...

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