Hi. I'm hoping you can give me some advice. We've got an idea for a free web resource for schools that goes something like this
1. A school registers and their school name, contact email address and web address are posted on our website
2. Other schools search our website to find an appropriate school which they then email with a question
3. The first school receives the question, pupils research an answer and they provide this on their own school website (along with the question)
Over time, a school should end up with a single page on their school site that has a list of Q&As, that they can add to as new questions come in.
What I'm wondering is what might be the obstacles to making this happen. Do schools have the competency/ capacity to make these sort of changes to their own websites?
Would class teachers be able to do this themselves or would they be reliant on ICT staff?
We're obviously not going to get all schools involved - a degree of IT proficiency is required - but it would be good to hear what you think the pitfalls might be, before we fall into the pits!
Any advice gratefully received. Thanks.
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