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23 02 2010
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23 01 2010
Take a trip through our collective past with the BBC archives and discover themed collections of radio and TV programmes, documents and photographs.
Explore who we are and see how attitudes have changed over the years through selections from an archive which began over 70 years ago.
You can also go behind the scenes to find out how the BBC archives are maintained, uncover forgotten stories from the Written Archives and see how broadcasting has changed through the decades.
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05 01 2010
This free resource could be used in a number of curriculum areas for building family trees or history time-lines. For example Art and Design students could build a family tree for an artist which they may be studying, History students could build a family tree about an icon from the past to help explain origin and historic links.
This resource could also be used as a research tool too. There are many family trees available of many famous people to browse and explore. Below is an example of a family tree for Al Gore:
Geni enables families to connect, share, and preserve their lives.
Users can build their family tree through our fun simple interface. Relatives who are added to the tree can join Geni and add other relatives. This makes it easy to grow your tree.
Everyone in the tree has a profile which shows more about them and enables other family members to stay in touch with them. Families can work together to build profiles for common ancestors.
Family members can also share photos, videos, events, discussions, and more. A family timeline shows the history of everyone in the family.
Geni is private. Only the people in your family tree can log in to your tree and your profile. Geni will not share your personal information with third parties. We will not sell your email address or spam you.
13 12 2009
Aneki.com is an independent, privately operated website based in Montreal, Canada. We are dedicated to promoting wider knowledge of the world’s countries and regions. Our website serves as a comprehensive source of continental and world rankings in an increasing number of categories. The data for our compilations is derived from numerous sources including United Nations agencies and the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency’s World Factbook.
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Worldometers is part of the Real Time Statistics Project, which is managed by an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers with the goal of making world statistics available in a thought-provoking and time relevant format to a wide audience around the world. Chief project coordinator is currently Sir Thomasson.
Sources are carefully selected to include only data published by the most reputable organizations and statistical offices in the world.
The counters that display the real-time numbers are based on Worldometers’ algorithm that processes the latest and most accurate statistical data available together with its estimated progression to compute the current millisecond number to be displayed on each counter based on the specific time set on each visitor’s computer clock.
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12 10 2009
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08 10 2009
FactualTV is the world’s number one destination for factual videos. It is a vast library and a global community solely designed for fans of factual videos and documentaries. Here you can search among thousands of titles, well indexed by category, keyword, popularity etc, and find those videos that specifically match your niche interest!
Paired with the capability for you to join our online community dedicated to special interests, FactualTV is a place where you and others with niche interests can meet and share the same interests on a global scale.
FactualTV allows you to view and download factual videos and documentaries for a small fee, and sometimes even free of charge. We are true factual lovers and we are constantly adding new titles from all over the world to our vast library of factual videos and documentaries.
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23 09 2009
Codex Sinaiticus is one of the most important books in the world. Handwritten well over 1600 years ago, the manuscript contains the Christian Bible in Greek, including the oldest complete copy of the New Testament. Its heavily corrected text is of outstanding importance for the history of the Bible and the manuscript – the oldest substantial book to survive Antiquity – is of supreme importance for the history of the book. [Find out more about Codex Sinaiticus.]
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23 09 2009
An introduction to Learning Zone Broadband
Learning Zone Broadband Class Clips provides rich audio-visual material for use in primary schools, secondary schools and colleges. These short videos have been selected to match the curriculum. They can be used in many ways; from the stimulation and engagement of students to the delivery of very specific learning points. The material is drawn from the Learning Zone and elsewhere in the BBC.
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A selection of resources for all faiths. Video interviews based on generic questions.Â Cumbria and Lancashire Education Online (CLEO) is one of 10 English Regional Broadband Consortia (RBCs) and is made up of Cumbria County Council and Lancashire County Council. Originally formed in 1998 the CLEO broadband networkÂ provides high qualityÂ private broadband network for all schools across Cumbria & Lancashire. CLEO also provides a range ofÂ additional services supporting the use of broadband technology in the classroom and to support pupils learning at home and for teachers in their work.
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