Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Dean & Chapter of Wells: volume 1
Describes three medieval manuscripts, the register books of the cathedral: the two parts of the Liber Albus, and the Liber Ruber. Information on modern document locations is derived from the 'Guide to the Location of Collections' (HMSO, 1982).
Report on the Records of the City of Exeter
A calendar of the city muniments, including royal charters and letters patent; other letters and papers; inventories, deeds and act books. Information on modern document locations is derived from the 'Guide to the Location of Collections' (HMSO, 1982).
National Strategy - Teaching and learning in the Key Stage 3 Strategy
This booklet is a self-study guide for trainee English teachers, providing additional support and guidance for the teaching and learning approaches suggested in the Key Stage 3 Strategy.
The Phenology Handbook
A guide to phenological monitoring for students, teachers, families, and nature enthusiasts. Phenology is the observation and measurement of events in time. The passing of the seasons is one of the most familiar phenomena on Earth. Consider, for example, the onset of spring in temperate climates. As winter ends, our surroundings burst with new life — forest canopies fill with vibrant greens, flocks of birds migrate in formation to northern breeding grounds, and brilliant wildflowers and their
Interactive Atlas of the Larynx by Ahmet Sinav, M.D.
This site is a copyrighted site. A physician by the name of Ahmed Sinav, M.D. originally authored it. It appears he is no longer in the employ of Columbia University in the City of New York. The information provided herein is general information to the College of Physicians and Surgeons Department of Otolaryngology. The site is wonderfully crafted and accurate. It features point-click interactive labeling which would serve as a solid tool for education in classroom undergraduate anatomy phy
The water cycle: what goes around comes around
The resources here will provide you with content information as well as lessons and activities to guide your students to deeper understandings of the nature of water, the need for and intricacies of its management, and why water management issues can be divisive.
Virginia Schools in the Great Depression
This project provides teachers and students with free, online historical sources and instructional materials for teaching the history of the Great Depression in Virginia, using public schools as a case-study of how decision makers, the public, and educators responded to the crisis of the Depression. The five educational modules available on this website address the following themes: 1. The Impact of the Depression on Virginia Public Schools 2. Who Should Bear the Burden? Public Opinion and Sc
Building Responsive Cities: Technology, Design, and Development
Even as new supercities pop up around the world, with populations in the tens of millions, urban planning remains stuck in an older time. As Dennis Frenchman says, “Amazingly very little progress has been made ... We’re using basically the models and methods of the 1920s.” Frenchman says we need to confront
European e-Justice portal
Website of the European Commissions European e-Justice portal which is designed to be an electronic one-stop-shop for access to justice throughout the EU. The site brings together legal information for citizens, businesses and lawyers concerned with cross-border legal questions. There is background information on the court and legal systems of all member states and users have access to databases providing EU and national legislation and case law including EUR-Lex, N-Lex and JURE. Links to
Cervical cancer: basic information, guidelines, statistics, female gynocologic anatomy, causes, and treatment.
SAT Prep: Test 4, Section 8, Part 4
Students, improve your math SAT score! The instructor uses an electronic chalkboard to model problems. This video is appropriate for high school students. Uses a textbook (the official SAT study guide) commonly found in bookstores, but it is not absolutely necessary as the narrator does all work on the screen. Problem 16 starting on page 615.
Sites for a purpose
Creating a new folder
DT15 using ProDESKTOP
Using pro DESKTOP to generate ideas
5.2 Tests as a selection tool
Does the recruitment and selection process fill you with dread? Discrimination and equal opportunities legislation can make this area feel like a minefield. If you are faced with appointing a new employee, then this unit will provide a straight-forward guide to the process: from writing job descriptions to finally assessing who to appoint.
National park service archeology program
This website provides access to the archaeology and ethnography program of the U.S. National Park service. It is a portal to the many projects across America and American legislation on archaeological matters. The projects are accessible via a map or textual hyperlinks from the "sites and collections" section. A special section of the site examines the Antiquities Act. The section entitled "peoples and cultures" presents instead all the ethnographic projects. Another special section worth lookin
This is the homepage of Dichtung Digital (Digital Fiction), an online newsletter in German devoted to "contributions on digital aesthetics." The site contains annotated links to and commentary on a broad range of electronic literature; hyperfiction; Latin American cyberculture and cyberliterature; canonized hypertexts; trans-medial narrative theory; and digital poetry that references prehistoric texts and symbols. The site publishes reviews on digital literature and art; interviews with author
Ernst Barlach Gesellschaft Hamburg
This is the homepage of Ernst Barlach Association concerning the life and works of the German expressionist artist, Ernst Barlach (1870-1938), who was persecuted during the early Nazi period for creating so-called 'degenerate art.' Barlach's work was banned by the Nazi party because his works carried an anti-war theme in the period leading up to the Second World War. His pacifist stance stemmed from his experiences in the First World War. In the section, 'Vita,' the site provides a summary of
Forests and Chases of England and Wales c. 1000 to c. 1850
The website "Forests and Chases of England and Wales, c. 1000 to c. 1850" is a project pursued by dr. John Langton and dr. Graham Jones from the University of Oxford, a multidisciplinary survey into mapping medieval forests and their survival into the modern era. The groundbreaking research reveals the landscape history of Britain and Wales throughout the centuries but also social, economic and cultural aspects of human relationship with the forests and the environment. Detailed information abou