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24th March 2000 at 00:00
Teacher Oz's Kingdom of History (www.Tunnel.tohistory) is compiled by Tracey Osborn, a history teacher from Texas and an online tutor. Robert Venner, head of ICT and a history teacher at Dover college, Kent, finds it useful despite its US slant.

"It enables students to find resources on the Web which far outstrip anything they could gt using a textbook and a school library. Students have learnt how to create databases on the English monarchy, so that they can, for instance, search for rulers with traits that made them famous."

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