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Smartphones, time-lapse and responsible use in the school laboratory

Souter, Nicky and MacVicar, Graeme (2012) Smartphones, time-lapse and responsible use in the school laboratory. School Science Review, 94 (347). pp. 11-13. ISSN 0036-6811

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Abstract

Reports how observing and recording simple biological phenomena over an extended timescale could be enhanced by digital technology, the journey took surprising turns and twists into questions relating to ethics, child protection and reviewing acceptable use policies on information and communication technology.