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HTML Preface Dr Roger Rist
HTML Introduction Sue Hewer & Nora Mogey
1 HTML The sweet smell of Aromatic Substitution Nora Mogey
2 HTML Economics and planning for irrigation management using Mahakali Rupert Loader
3 HTML St.Andrews University CALL Project Sue Hewer
4 HTML Mathwise in use Neil Pitcher
5 HTML Utilising support agencies when integrating technology into teaching and learning Kathy Buckner
6 HTML Learning Technology in the Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow Erica McAteer, Paul Skett and Helen Watt
7 HTML Descepticising some sceptics Greg Stoner
8 HTML Life Sciences Assessment Group Jen Harvey
HTML Thoughts for the future Sue Hewer
HTML Further reading


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©1997 LTDI First published 1997 by
Learning Technology Dissemination Initiative
ISBN: 0 9528731 3 3

Edited by Sue Hewer and Nora Mogey with the help of other members of the LTDI team

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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this book, LTDI wishes to emphasise that the LTDI cannot accept any liability for any errors which remain. Further the views expressed in each of the chapters are primarily those of the stated authors and whilst LTDI endorses the value of all the contributions, the views expressed are not necessarily those of LTDI. Please notify us of any factual errors, for correction in future editions. We would also welcome any other suggestions, additions or amendments that would enhance this publication.

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