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Computers in New Zealand Schools
Computers in New Zealand Schools is New Zealand's only magazine for teachers, from pre-school to tertiary level, who use computers and the Internet in the classroom. The journal publishes articles, many by teachers themselves, on all aspects of computers in education, with emphasis on practical applications and on professional development. It features reports on educational research, fresh teaching ideas and critical comment including software and book reviews. Computers in New Zealand Schools is published three times a year, in March, July and November.
Computers in New Zealand Schools is read from cover to cover in schools throughout New Zealand. It's kept. It's shared. It's in libraries. It's readable and it's useful.
Computers in New Zealand Schools will cease publication with issue 20:3. A free online journal is being planned. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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