The LTSIG would like to hear from potential blog writers who would be willing to contribute to a single or series of posts on using technology in their teaching and learning. There are guidelines that can be sent to potential contributors. Ideally, we would prefer practical posts or those from practitioners who have carried out some action research. It can be about hardware or about the use of tools, but not limited to or wholly about one piece of software.
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