Computers in Classrooms

Computers in Classrooms is a free electronic newsletter/magazine which focuses on educational informations and communications technology (ICT).

It's aimed at teachers, advisers, Principals -- anyone, in fact, who has a professional interest in educational ICT. It's read by thousands of people, including employees of government bodies and local authorities, as well as teachers in the UK and the rest of the world.

The kind of topics covered include:

  • Interesting news items
  • The effects of technology on society
  • How-to guides for software
  • Classroom ideas
  • Opinion pieces
  • Book reviews
  • Software reviews

It's mostly written and edited by Terry Freedman, a long-standing member of the ICT community in Britain. However, it often contains contributions from other educationalists and, whenever possible, young people.

Latest issue:

Computers in Classrooms

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>Computers in Classrooms is now available via an RSS feed. I'm experimenting with this, so if nothing drastic goes wrong it will remain in place. You can still subscribe to it, of course, in order to receive it by email. The feed is:


And here is the archive of newsletters published since February 2009: 

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