OK, so just what is The Studyzone?
Back in 1996 I used to carry huge piles of exercise
sheets and notes around whenever I was teaching people.
I tried putting them all on disks but could never remember
what was on which disk. In those days most of us thought
that a web site was somewhere spiders lived but I created
a few badly laid out pages of lists which had links
to the documents I used most. Stored in some free space
provided by an Internet Service Provider with an almost
impossible-to-recall address it proved really useful
and I not only had a library of stuff I could get at
anywhere in the world but I could also have some pictures
on hand to play with if the sessions got a bit tedious.
Students seemed to like it and I called it The Studyzone.
Other colleagues got to know about it and, embarrassed
by its very amateur appearance, I smartened it up a
bit. This is the latest version and it's simply here
for anyone who wants to use it. There are mistakes,
some links may not work but, hey, it's free, and there
are no pop-up ads, banners or flashing wotsits. I have
now included a catalogue of :internet links, some information
about courses I'm involved in and a newsletter.