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ICT: role of the link governor

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Last updated on 11 April 2017
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What is the role of an ICT link governor? We relay advice from One Education and two of our associate education experts on the link governor's monitoring role. We also link to job descriptions from schools, which outline the role of an ICT link governor.

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  1. 1 Strategic nature of the link governor role
  2. 2 Promote use of ICT in school and amongst parents
  3. 3 Establish the impact of ICT on pupils
  4. 4 Monitor e-safety and cyber-security
  5. 5 Monitor the development of ICT equipment
  6. 6 Monitor the school's ICT strategy through school visits
  7. 7 The role of ICT link governor: examples from schools

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