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Do you, or teachers that you know, regularly need digital resources such as images, video or audio files that can be used in the classroom without breaching Copyright?  
 

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MirandaNet members share thoughts on Educational Technology

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UK government ministers have set up a think tank, The Educational Technology Action Group, ETAG to "promote the use of digital technology" across all phases of education: heres my response to their first statement: Learning will be significantly more global 

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A Must Read! post from Christina on the vision and future for MirandaNet in the latest MirandaNet Newsletter.

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I think British Pathé's decision to  make all of its archive of 85,000 newsreels available on its Youtube channel will be welcomed by educators. Here's why....

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Great line up of MirandaMods at BETT2014. Live streamed debates on current education topics.   More details including panellists shortly.

http://www.mirandanet.ac.uk/researchexchange/mirandamods/

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I'd like to extend a warm welcome to colleagues who have joined the MirandaNet community on Google+.
If you are not already a member of Mirandanet you can explore the site and its resources at http://www.mirandanet.ac.uk where you will find details of how to join the community. (http://www.mirandanet.ac.uk/fellowship/join.htm)
If you decide to join the community you will have access to the MirandaLink listserv and be able to participate in topical debates; seek help from colleagues; join research projects; learn about MirandaNet events.
We look forward to collaborating with you in the coming months.
Best wishes,
John

Dr J. P. Cuthell
Research and Implementation Director
MirandaNet Academy
john.cuthell@mirandanet.ac.uk

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We are running some interesting free webinars on Dyslexia and related issues on: http://dyslexiaaction.org.uk/webinars-and-other-online-events

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Ben Goldacre was asked by the Minister and the Department for Education to look at how to improve the use of evidence in schools. I think this may be of great interest to Mirandanet members. The paper is also available here as a PDF http://www.education.gov.uk/inthenews/inthenews/a00222740/building-evidence-into-education

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Christina Preston, founder and inspirer of MirandaNet, wins the Naace ICT Impact Lifetime Achievement Award
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