What's New / In the News

What's New

This area focuses on highlighting What’s New on the site and give you an overview of the latest updates, inclusions and links.

April 2008 Ongoing Website Updates

Work will now begin on updating the main site in the light of the current emphases and the impact of the blog / ezine. This may take some time - please bear with us

March 2008 URL Change

Our website URL has now changed to a more easily recognised and straightforward http://www.personalisededucationnow.org.uk/ Please bookmark the new link.

March 2008 Blog and Ezine established.

The blog and Ezine are integrated with the website and will provide the majority of non static content. Subscribers can request the ezine which replaces the E-briefing attachments and receive all the latest news and comments to their desktop. The Blog button is situated to the left of this page

April 2006 First major update of the Personalised Education Now Website.

The activity within PEN has been so frenetic this update has been long overdue. Development work has taken place across the structure and current documentation has been uploaded and / or archived throughout. Our principles have been given more coverage and our links have been extended.We are currently focussing on the articles, papers and presentations sections.

November 2005 Personalised Education Now Website Goes Live

The intention is the rebuilt Personalised Education Now website becomes a substantial site giving us a comprehensive and more influential presence in the wider world. We will be able to ensure everyone is continuously updated with what is going on within Personalised Education Now, what is happening in our affiliated organisations whilst archiving our journals, newsletters, articles, research and so on. It will mean that more people will have access to the work, ideas and materials. It will also permit those of you who wish to have another canvas for your writing to publish to the website in addition to the journals and other opportunities. Add us to your favourites now!


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