setup to assist with revision at GCSE and A level. You have to register but
its free and easy.
Excellent reference resource - contains books on line, dictionaries, study guides,
teachers resources and lots more.
Get the correct definition and
cross-referenced help from dictionary.com
- a site which has cross referenced a dictionaly, thesaurus, encyclopedia and
other reference books. Type in any word and get its meaning, an encylopedia
reference and synonyms. Did you know that 'elephants trunk' is rhyming slang
for 'british drunk'? Well this site told me all...
Help with symbols
- an online symbol dictionary which includes pictures and information as to
the meaning and origins of signs and symbols.
More dictionary help from
Web of On-line
Need to find another word that
means the same as something else? You need to select, click, press, surf, link
to the online Thesaurus.
Need to check out your
language translation - see what the Alta
Vista babelfish translation service can do for you.
Funk and Wagnalls - What a great
name - an online encylopedia. You have to register but its free.
- an encyclopaedia dedicated to IT and computer subjects.
- Just enter the subject,type a question or keyword and find out fun facts about
everything from history through to fashion and the environment. Passed onto
us by Rachel - thanks Rachel
UK Maps from streetmap - works on
postcode, placename, map reference. London is provided with detailed maps -
elsewhere gets a large (but usable) scale.
Maps from multimap - similar to streetmap, but
you can ask for a map from across the world. Quite comprehensive.
- find out who said what.
Convert any thing to anything -
if it can be measured it can be converted. A difficult site to understand but
Design a banner or
Logo - without the need for expensive tools, enter
your text, choose design styles and watch the text come alive! Very COOL site!
The Discovery Channel
has many articles on up-to-date scientific topics. Good for projects, or just
Free clip art
for inclusion in your homework assignments
have opened up their websites for free access. All material is free for academic/educational
use. Get some great pics for projects!
is designed to predict how
art will influence our lives in the next hundred years. Through probing past
Art inspirations and scientific methods students can use available data to make
reasonable forecasts for the future. Solving our challenging quizzes will give
you the key to the Future Art Gallery.
finds you a tutor in the UK in a subject of your choice from primary to A level.
your own banner - for your school site - or
for your own home pages. Did we say that its animated as well - yes!