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Data Logging without DataLoggers

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Data LoggingData Logging has often been a source of worry to many teachers who can struggle with the hardware. If the school has some specific resources, they may also struggle with the software and it can be simply just messy as there is unlikely to be enough equipment to go round, etc.

Whilst looking at Science resources, I came across a place that sells temperature probes (iCelcius – used for cooking on BBQs!) that ...

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Data logging

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Data logging as an area of ICT that primary schools often seek our advice and expertise. For the data logger itself the LogIT is still very popular in Oxfordshire primary schools. It’s simple and portable although the batteries are difficult to access and change. You can buy it from Commotion, TAG Learning and RM with prices from around £165. The software that comes with it is adequate and you can get ideas on how to use it via the ...

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