An Information Age Curriculum | Moving Curricula into the Information Age | John Faughnan
The presentation is a sequence of web pages ("slides"). There are several ways to navigate this sequence. Choose the one that suits your browser and your needs. Option 1 is best suited to presenting for an audience. Option 2 is best suited to someone doing the tutorial on their own, or reviewing selected areas. Option 3 is of less use, it's provided for web browsers that cannot handle frames. Warning: IE 3.0 has bugs that may cause a frame to disappear during use.
Slide Show with Frames
This will work with most browsers that support frames. Slide listing is on the right side of the screen. This is a convenient way to view a tutorial subsection or selected slides. It is the recommended view for self-study.
Show: Basic View
This should work with any browser, including Lynx. Most slides are table based, however. When you click on these links a second window will open to display the slide.