Monthly Archives: March 2013

Is getting caught in the Web a good thing?

Digital media, Big Data, The Cloud – we’re constantly being reminded about web-based areas of potential economic growth and encouraged to get trained up in them, but what effect will they have on the individual, and, in turn, on society? … Continue reading

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Digital and ICT sectors continue to grow

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the rise of Digital Media and Information and Computer Technology in everyday business use – not only in this country, but internationally. The reported growth of the digital and … Continue reading

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ICT in Schools: Getting with the Programme

The importance of knowing how to write computer code seems to be growing all the time, and, if musician Will.I.Am is to be believed, those who do have training in it can consider themselves the ‘rockstars’ of today. This is … Continue reading

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Midwifery: When the going gets tough…

Times of economic hardship have historically coincided with surging birth rates. Not only are trained gynecologists and midwives vital at all times, it seems, but they are even more so when times are tough. A recent article on the BBC … Continue reading

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