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IT project

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Stephanie Stott

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of IT project

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Although, information contained within it is every once in a while found to be tampered with, Wikipedia is every student's friend. It provides to the point information and is well stuctured, and easy to read and understand. Always useful for the basic research such as definitions and for a general overview of a subject.
Google and Yahoo are the most popular, though unfortunatly, they have no control on the authencity of the published material. These are more likely to contain correct scientific information and so are very useful learning tools. http://www.newscientist.com/ http://www.nature.com http://www.sciencemag.org/ This site offers videos with explanations and demonstrations, visual help accessible to all. Social sites such as Facebook and MSN are useful for comunication either
when working as a team on a group project or or simply sharing questions
and answers on a subject. vailability 24/7 and 24 hours a day Books and scientific journals invaluble resources To assess ourselves in preparation
for exams Online library Suggested reading material Online timetable, preventing : Thanks for watching !
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