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And it is not an entirely 'dead' archive! Members can still log on (request a password or username reminder if you have forgotten these) and update their profiles, which are still an active feature of this site. The case studies and articles are still live, and can be edited and new ones can even be added. But the main focus of MirandaNet now is the new site, where news and diary items will be published.
Thanks to everyone who has supported me in my editorship of this wonderful organisation over the past 15 years. It is time to hand over to younger blood.
Former MirandaNet Editor
10th May 2015
For 20 years more than 750 MirandaNet Fellowship members in 80 countries have committed to sharing their experience and expertise in educational innovation using digital technologies by publishing new professional knowledge in this fast moving field. Membership is free, and members ...
The iCatalyst Educational Innovation Consultancy draws on a team of experienced MirandaNet Fellows to undertake international research, development and dissemination projects. A particular expertise is action research-based professional development programmes for schools, ...
MirandaNet Fellows built the World Ecitizens website after the events of 9/11 in New York to provide students from all nations and cultures with the opportunity to express how they will 'Create the World WE want'. One development in this area is the Peace Room where students can nominate the ...
MirandaNet works with valued associates who support the Fellows in their action research projects and knowledge exchange activities.