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|Preface||Dr Roger Rist|
|Introduction||Sue Hewer & Nora Mogey|
|1||The sweet smell of Aromatic Substitution||Nora Mogey|
|2||Economics and planning for irrigation management using Mahakali||Rupert Loader|
|3||St.Andrews University CALL Project||Sue Hewer|
|4||Mathwise in use||Neil Pitcher|
|5||Utilising support agencies when integrating technology into teaching and learning||Kathy Buckner|
|6||Learning Technology in the Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow||Erica McAteer, Paul Skett and Helen Watt|
|7||Descepticising some sceptics||Greg Stoner|
|8||Life Sciences Assessment Group||Jen Harvey|
|Thoughts for the future||Sue Hewer|
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