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The National Grid for Learning Scotland Progress Report 4

DescriptionThe National Grid for Learning Scotland Progress Report 4
ISBN0 7559 5040 2
Official Print Publication DateJuly 2006
Website Publication DateJuly 21, 2006

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CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Introduction and background

Chapter 2: Central government funding and support

Chapter 3: Learning and Teaching Scotland ( LTS) and the National Grid for Learning ( NGfL) Scotland initiative

Chapter 4: Progress with ICT dissemination
4.1 Connected
4.2 E-mail bulletins
4.3 SETT, The Scottish Learning Festival
4.4 NGfL Scotland events

Chapter 5: Monitoring progress
5.1 ICT data from the school census
5.2 Research
5.2.1 Evaluation of the Masterclass programme
5.2.2 Online services usability evaluation
5.2.3 Future digital resources survey
5.2.4 Evaluation of SchoolsOutGlasgow project
5.2.5 Evaluation of the Connecting Communities Training Programme ( CCTP)
5.2.6 Evaluation of the Leadership for Learning programme

Chapter 6: Progress with infrastructure
6.1 Schools
6.2 Further education
6.3 The People's Network
6.4 Connecting Communities Training Programme ( CCTP)

Chapter 7: Progress with staff development
7.1 Schools
7.2 Further education
7.3 The People's Network
7.4 Connecting Communities Training Programme ( CCTP)
7.5 SETT, The Scottish Learning Festival 2005
7.6 Early years ICT strategy
7.7 Masterclass
7.8 Leadership for Learning programme
7.9 Heads Together
7.10 Ambitious, Excellent Schools

Chapter 8: Progress with content development
8.1 Schools
8.1.1 Online services
8.1.2 Digital resources for Scottish schools
8.1.3 British Educational Communications and Technology Agency ( BECTa) liaison
8.2 Further education
8.3 The People's Network
8.3.1 The Scottish Library and Information Council ( SLIC)
8.3.2 New Opportunities Fund: Digitisation Fund
8.3.3 The Scottish cultural portal
8.3.4 Information handling skills
8.3.5 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Scottish Executive public libraries excellence fund projects
8.3.6 Careers information in public libraries
8.4 Communities
8.5 Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network ( SCRAN)
8.6 SCHOLAR
8.7 PASS-IT
8.8 BBC

Chapter 9: Progress with the use of ICT in learning and teaching (provided by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Education (HMIE))
9.1 Primary schools
9.1.1 Access to hardware and software for learning and teaching
9.1.2 ICT programmes
9.1.3 Use of ICT in learning and teaching
9.1.4 ICT in support of learning and teaching
9.2 Secondary schools
9.2.1 Access to hardware and software for learning and teaching
9.2.2 ICT programmes
9.2.3 Use of ICT in learning and teaching
9.2.4 ICT in support of learning and teaching
9.3 Further education
9.3.1 Access to hardware and software for learning and teaching
9.3.2 ICT programmes
9.3.3 Use of ICT in learning and teaching
9.3.4 ICT in support of learning and teaching
9.4 Communities
9.4.1 Access to hardware and software for learning and teaching
9.4.2 ICT programmes
9.4.3 Use of ICT in learning and teaching
9.4.4 ICT in support of learning and teaching

Chapter 10: Conclusions

Annex A: National Priorities Action Fund

Annex B: ICT conferences and seminars

Annex C: Web services, content and other NGfL activities