Welcome to the autumn 2015 newsletter




HTML5 versions of exercises: update

HTML5 versions of exercises
 Exercise TopicExercise Title
1.
Bits and Bytes Number Bytes
2.
Database Construction Data Types
3.
Database Construction Databases
4.
Developing Web Sites Basic HTML
5.
Developing Web Sites Comparing web pages with printed pages
6.
Developing Web Sites Web page design-consistency
7.
Graphics Introduction to graphics
8.
Hardware Input output devices
9.
Health and Safety Desks, Chairs and Cables
10.
Impact of Computing on Society Bullying
11.
Impact of Computing on Society E-Safety
12.
Modelling Modelling 1 - introduction
13.
Modelling Modelling 2 - key spreadsheet features
14.
Programming: Scratch Communication and Control (Programming 1)

HTML5 versions of exercises in development
 Exercise TopicExercise Title
1.
Algorithms and Programs What is an Algorithm
2.
Algorithms and Programs Pseudocode
3.
Hardware Storage
4.
Health and Safety RSI
5.
Impact of Computing on Society Tools of our time

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New Developments

We are continuing to prioritise the conversion of our existing exercises to HTML5 format. Notwithstanding the change in direction with respect to the development of the HTML5 versions of the exercises, we still anticipate that around 100 of the exercises will have been converted by the end of the year. We hope to complete this process early in the New Year.

We would welcome your suggestions on further developments. To do this, you can either use the suggestions page on the site or you can email directly to:

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