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MirandaNet Fellowship is not associated with any political grouping, but we support many of the aims of organisations such as Amnesty International and urge members to look at the AUUK site and see if they agree with these aims as well.

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Adrian Hall

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I have been involved in ICT in Education for over 20 years. Initially from a policy perspective working for the Department for Education & Skills where I had lead policy responsibility for Educational software and Innovation. I was responsible for commissioning a variety of innovative software for teaching and learning including the first commercially available Playstation game Buzz The Schools Quiz, I also supported the early work of the Learning2Go mobile learning project in Wolverhampton, developed the Embedding ICT@KS3 support materials and managed the e-Learning Credits for schools as part of the Curriculum Online project.

Since leaving the Department I have continued to focus on the area of software and I have worked with a range of innovative companies supporting the development of their products and helping them with their strategic development plans including growing their global pleasance through brokering partnerships with organisations around the world. The most recent of these being the University of Warwick where I helped develop their award winning IGGY Website and build its global presence with both Ministries and school chains.


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