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Featured articles

Impact of technology on learning and educational outcomes

This paper presents an interim review of evidence on the
relationship between technology and learning outcomes.

Harnessing Technology: Discontinuities with current practice which effect the use of technology for learning

This report is the second in a series focusing on curriculum and pedagogy themes in the context of the Harnessing Technology strategy.

Analysis of emerging trends affecting the use of technology in education

This publication is a consolidation of work carried out to identify and analyse the major trends relating to each area of the Harnessing Technology research programme.

Children, Schools and Families implementation plan

An implementation plan for Children, Schools and Families has been developed by Becta in partnership with its partners.


How to...

Improve schools

How schools should be developing a strategy that uses technology to achieve better outcomes for learners.

Safeguard learners online

How to protect, educate and empower everyone to keep safe and secure online.


Join the ICT Research Network

The ICT Research Network seeks to encourage the exchange of information between all those with an interest in research on ICT in education, in order to inform the national agenda and professional practice.

If you would like to become a member of the ICT Research Network, complete the online membership form.

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