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Community development using technologies in Aston Pride

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1/04/07 → …

Aston Pride, an identified urban area in Brimingham to receive regeneration support, chose to focus parts of its innovatory implementation on uses of technologies, to support wide age ranges across the community. This long-term study gathered evidence across the period of the project, and looked at ways that school-based practices were involved with an influenced home practices in learning.

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