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October 09, 2008



Hi Ollie,
been having a look at Google Scholar and will definitely be recommending this to my Advanced Higher-a quick search of their issues topics brings up some extremely relevant results.




Hi Kenny, glad you found the link to Scholar interesting - it is great for Advanced Higher and for your own research. You should also have a good look at Google Alerts - I have found this very useful to use with my AH candidates. Nt sure if you are going to be at the SAGT Conference? But if you are come and say hello - would be great to put a name to a face. Enjoy half term! OB

William Peterson

these new technologies really help our education a lot. i'm so interested in the new blood for our future learning and teaching.

here i just recommend one halloween quiz i made recently (http://www.sameshow.com/blog/2008/10/09/how-much-do-you-know-about-halloween-quiz.html), and i think you may like the way and use kinda quizzes in the virtual classroom for geography.


william peterson
e-leanring analyst

Ghislaine Bovy

I'd like to present a brand new Atlas and an educational game on the worldwide geography.
It can be as simple and as sophistcated as you want it to be.
The software developed by a World Traveller who wants to share his passion for our planet generated up to 93.566 questions in 8 categories.
He just launched it for Mac at www.geoedu.info
Hope you will like it

Andy Duff

Really enjoyed the session , thanks ... for my feedback see http://arduff.wordpress.com/2008/10/11/geography-and-it/



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