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7 ways to make IT real

A short while ago I published 8 articles under the heading “7 ways to make IT real”. (OK, so it looks as if I am numerically-challenged, but I'm not, as you will see!).

Well, here are the links to them, all in one place. Who says I don’t think of you!

  • 7 ways to make IT real: #0 Make IT unreal
  • 7 Ways to make IT real: #1 Get local
  • 7 Ways to make IT real: #2 Involve parents
  • 7 Ways to make IT real: #3 Solve real problems
  • 7 Ways to make IT real: #4 Use external organisations
  • 7 Ways to make IT real: #5 Be realistic
  • 7 Ways to make IT real: 6 Use what you got
  • 7 Ways to make IT real: 7 Use online resources
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