This volume describes ways in which ICTs may be creating new possiblities for creative work both within the formal curriculum and in complementary educational sites. It provides a series of case studies documenting the use of "digital arts" across school and community arts curriculum, written by experienced practitioners in the field. The book demonstrates how ICTs can be used in a genuinely inter-disciplinary way, and also recognizes that good practice is developing slowly through some genuinely innovative work in schools. The book is aimed at those teachers, curriculum co-ordinators, teacher-trainers, community artists and educationalists who are interested in practical ways to develop the creative uses of new technologies at school and in community arts settings. It should be of interest to whole school IT policy makers as well as subject Media Arts teachers and practitioners who want to introduce ICTs into their teaching and work with young people.