Scoilnet services now available at home to teachers

One of the criticisms that teachers had of Scoilnet’s services such as the World Map, the Britannica Encyclopaedia and the Irish Times Archive was that we could only access them at school. Furthermore, schools could only access these services if they had a decent Broadband connection from the NCTE. The good news is that the NCTE listened and now teachers can apply for access to the Britannica Encyclopaedia at home. Teachers need to go to https://admin.scoilnet.ie/registration/
Sadly I can’t register as, I don’t think our school roll number is in the database as yet. Hopefully this will be fixed soon.

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