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John Wheatley College The Role of ICT in Community Regeneration Alan Sherry Assistant Principal www.jwheatley.ac.uk Regeneration requires learning opportunities to enable communities to engage with the new opportunities which arise

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john wheatley college

John Wheatley College

The Role of ICT in Community Regeneration

Alan Sherry

Assistant Principal

www.jwheatley.ac.uk

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Regeneration requires learning opportunities to enable communities to engage with the new opportunities which arise

A local ICT infrastructure is vital in combating the digital exclusion faced by marginalised communities

Partnership working is necessary to promote learning opportunities

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ICT skills are necessary to support community development and employability

Individualised learning designed and focused on ‘real’ tasks e.g. community-based websites, Youth Information Services

Assessment by ‘stealth’

Learner achievement

examples of success
Examples of Success
  • Community-based ICT Learning Network of 16 centres supported by the College
  • 1400 registered users of the centres
  • Supporting community websites – Greater Easterhouse Pathfinder

www.greathereasterhouse.co.uk

  • Youth Access Project
  • East End Internet Radio project