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National Archive of Educational Computing

The UK National Archive of Educational Computing documents the development of learning technology through its invention, application, organisations and people over the last half century. Key collections include Richard Fothergill's personal archive, The Computers in the Curriculum Project, The National Interactive Video Centre and Ultralab.
The archive and its web site is maintained by Richard Millwood of Core Education UK supported by Sandra Crapper and Margaret Cox. The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) are archive sponsors.

Much of the archive was gathered in the years 1990 - 2006 by Prof Stephen Heppell and Richard Millwood and stored at Ultralab at Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford.

In its early days it was catalogued by Greta Mladenova and more recently Rex Wingate helped to organise the 530 items in store.

View the National Archive of Educational Computing web site