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by Malcolm Moss last modified Wednesday Dec 21, 2005 13:56
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Ultralab partner organisations.

Ultralab works on a global scale with governments, organisations and businesses of all sizes. We work very closely with departments across Anglia Ruskin University. Ultralab enjoys current and/or past working relationships with the following:

Apple Computer

BBC Essex Radio
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
BBC Blast!
BBC Future TV
BBC Online (now
British Council
British Council Thailand

Cambridge Training and Development (CTAD)
Channel 4
Core Education (NZ)
Community Networking Limited
Creative Partnerships
CRMPA (Salerno University)

Department for Education and Skills (DfES)
Department of Culture Media and Sport (DCMS)
DV in Education

Edunova Ltd
eMap Education

Film Education
Financial Times


Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)

Lancaster University - Centre for Educational Research
Lancaster University - The POOCH
Learning and Teaching Scotland (LTS)
Leeds University - School of Performance and Cultural Industries

Media Education

National College for School Leadership (NCSL)

Oracle - The worlds number 2 Software producer

Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA)

RNLI - Britain's Biggest Charity
Rural Norfolk Federation

Scottish  Executive Education Department (SEED)
Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)
SEEVEAZ (South East of England Virtual Education Action Zone)
Shadow Robots
Singapore Ministry of Education
Solutions Inc.
South Street Studios

Technology Alliance Wales
Technology Enhancement Programme
Tesco - Britain's Biggest Retailer
The Central School of Speech and Drama
The Design Council
The International Centre for Digital Content (ICDC)
The Learning Skills Development Agency (LSDA)

Welsh Assembly Government

V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum)

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