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Interactive Interfacing to the WEB - interactive learning sites.


interactive learning sites
With all the different standards and their specialists areas of
implementation there is some confusion as to how they can all be used.

I was wondering if there is anywhere there all the different methods by
which the user, (the consumer of information) can interface and use the WEB.

This would, I hope, cover such topics as XForms edit boxes, hyperlinks,
radio boxes, memo boxes, through to javascript interaction, drag and drop,
video streaming, audio, interactive graphics, etc.

The point of this exercise is to develop an understanding of what and how to
use the technology for developing interactive educational web sites for
secondary students.

does anyone know of any good secondary student standard educational sites
covering subjects like physics, chemistry, maths, biology, etc where the
technology of the internet has been used and exploited for maximum
interactive learning

Many thanks and best regards
Trevor Croll



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