Focus on Scottish history

18th August 2000 at 01:00
A CD-Rom on The Scottish People 1450-1840 has been designed to complement Scottish history teaching in schools, with information on political, social, economic, cultural and religious life. There are essays aimed at Standard grade pupils and others for Higher and sixth year courses.

The themes include Scotland's relations with England and Europe, the governance of Scotland, religious change and the Highland and Islands. Michael Lynch, professor of Scottish history at Edinburgh University, provided historical advice and the written material is supported by maps and images, some from the National Museums and Galleries of Scotland.

Schools can order a copy free, additional copies cost pound;10.75 (inc VAT) from Learning and Teaching Scotland, Gardyne Road, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 1NY, tel 01382 443600.

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