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Online Music Planning Support - what's happened to m4t.org???

Discussion in 'Music' started by Divamum, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. I'm just coming back to teaching (as a music specialist) after a few years out having my family. I used to use a fantastic website called m4t.org to help with planning (set up by Keith Havercroft from Shropshire Music Service) but it seems to have disappeared! There are plenty of references to how brilliant it is when I Google it, but when I try to go to the actual sight (directly or through a link) a pop up about 'Penny Domain' just keeps showing........any ideas?? It really was a fab site:0(
     
  2. Shropshire has a learning gateway and he was instrumental in setting up the gateway. Unfortunately all his resources are now on there and only available to people with access to that learning gateway.
     

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