is a big, no nonsense, site with high quality content
the best of the History magazine web sites.
Review by Ferl
- Further Education Resources for Learning, managed by Becta - British
Educational Communications and Technology Agency
[Becta is the
Governments key partner in the strategic development and delivery of
its information and communications technology (ICT) and e-learning
with Study Centre, Study Guide,
examination advice & guide to History degrees. Follows A Level syllabuses closely.
Tavistock College, Devon and Belper School, Derbyshire.
the site is password-protected
other parts are open to all.
There are excellent
study-skill sections full of sound advice
as well as an archive of past articles from the magazine.
West Middlesbrough Education Zone.
high-quality contributions by distinguished authors specially chosen and
prepared for use by teachers and students at home
or in the classroom
ingenuously structured to foster student progress
to top grades.
Articles are split into sections
by the use of subheadings and context
is provided via a timeline.
Difficult words and concepts are explained
in plain English.
burntcakes.com comments on new perspective
one of history-ontheweb's key strengths is
understanding the problem of provenance
when using the internet for research.
Each article has been written by academics who have been asked to
specifically pitch their work at A level standard
helpfully, each article also starts with a brief summary and questions
to consider whilst reading.
website is very easy to navigate around
liked the fact that there are different study guides provided for
study guides are well presented and very easy to read
. Linzi Smith
Both above, reviews of Sempringham Study Centre in
Scottish Association of Teachers of History, Resources Review, September
presents users with a wealth of information on the study of history.
These articles are
are of great use to both the novice and the established historian.
A highly useful
Review from Intute - a consortium of seven universities, bringing
together the expertise of people and processes through which they
evaluate web resources.