Barrie Sherwin Posted July 22, 2004 Share Posted July 22, 2004 Clipbank is an unique and lively resource for 11-16 year-old history students, these 5 TV-ROMs each contain 20-25 filmed news reports from ITN Archive of great 20th century historical events - as they happened. http://www.channel4.com/learning/microsite...ples/index.html 4Learning's TV-ROMs have all the advantages of CD-ROM delivery with the additional facility of being able to store and play back up to 60 minutes of restructured television footage in near broadcast quality, on a full computer screen. Integrated and linked with the footage are printable and exportable resources that can be edited and customised, maps, photographs, biographies, a wordbank of definitions, and links to related and approved Websites. The TV-ROMs are fully related to the National Curriculum and ideal for use on a whiteboard for whole class learning, used for individual study or networked for a whole class. You can access one of the 5 interactive demonstrations: THE VIETNAM WAR USA 1919-80 WORLD WAR 1 AND NAZI GERMANY WORLD WAR 2 THE COLD WAR You can access one of the 5 interactive demonstrations at: http://www.channel4.com/learning/microsite.../his/choice.htm TV-ROMs work on PCs and Macs with the following minimum technical specifications: PC Windows 95b or above, Windows 98, NT4 or 2000 133 MHz Pentium processor or faster 32 Mb RAM CD-ROM drive 4-speed or faster Soundblaster-compatible sound card Display capable of reproducing 16-bit high colour on 800 x 600 Apple Mac 160 MHz PowerPC processor running Mac OS 8.1 or above, OS 9, OS X (Classic Mode only) 32Mb available RAM CD-ROM drive 4-speed or higher Display capable of reproducing thousands of colours at 800 x 600 The TV-ROMs have been installed on and tested across standard configurations of the following networks: Windows NT Novell Netware Linux Servers Sun Solaris They have also been tested and work on all current makes of interactive whiteboard. For further information, please call 4Learning's Technical Support Line on 0870 900 8900 open on all working weekdays from 9.30am to 6.00pm. Alternatively e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be answered within two hours of receipt when they are sent during this period. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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