Ian Addison has created this guide to ICT - with sections
& Working Online;
& Image Editing;
Programming & Game Design;
includes information, web links and suggested resources within each section
andreferences to expected
levels/benchmarks, for Family Learning Practitioners, that children should aim
to reach at different ages.
How can learning providers teach their learners employing legitimate, useful websites and avoid those holding viruses and malware?
One way is to encourage practitioners and their learners to scan through website resources they plan to use/visit in the learning environment with URLVoid; a free service that puts a URL address through their paces.
uses various virus search engines to scan a website;
provides a report that can be used to evaluate the safety of the websit...
Today many jobs require employees to type. Being able to type fast and
accurately can save a lot of time on the job and while there are many
typing tutor programs out there, tools that are absolutely free and
cover multiple languages are rare. Sense-Lang is one of these rare
Sense-Lang is a free to use website that helps visitors improve their typing speed. They can take advantage of Sense-Lang through...
tutorials: - classified into different sections...
I'm an eLearning Adviser specializing in stimulating and supporting innovation in learning via eBooks, eMagazines, blogs (including audio versions), online TV, interactive resources, forums, workshops, conferences and face2face consultations. Evaluating and becoming familiar with sustainable and new technologies allows me to respond to the needs of learning providers from a position of experience rather than 'hearsay'. Supported learning providers, in the northwest of England (UK), can contact me for FREE consultations. Based at Lancaster University I work for the JISC Regional Support Centre - Northwest.