Winning formulas for Web

10th March 2000 at 00:00
Science on-line is 64 A4 pages of practical ideas for using the World Wide Web as a science resource, and is published by BECTA (the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency). There are science activities for secondary students and information on which ebsites are useful for completing them. It includes tips on copying a Web page and how to download files and applications from the Internet. Science on-line (pound;9.95) is available from BECTA, Milburn Hill Road, Science Park, Coventry, CV4 7JJ. www.becta.org.uk


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