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Pam Smith

Website: outstream.co.uk

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

My interest in ICT and Education is not about whizz bang gizmos but is about its huge potential to support and facilitate learning and development of organisations through people; ICT is a vehicle not an end product which is just as well with the pace of technological change! I have a particular interest in the ways in which ICT can remove barriers to learning. My perspective on learning is that the process should not be and is not restricted to 'children and young people'. The most exciting dynamics come from everyone in the organisation learning together; a concept to which I am deeply committed as a professional trainer and coach. There are huge overlaps between the respective roles of ICT and Equality and Diversity; this drives my passion. I shock myself by using passion and technology in the same sentence as I used to perceive myself as a not so closet luddite but the very real potential of ICT to positively affect life chances has brought me to forums such as MirandaNet.


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