WWW pages of the past

Information on the Cisco Academy

Link to my Research page
Some pages which are updated regularly:
Essay of the week
My weekly diary
WWW page design

 

School of Computing WWW page, which has lots of useful information.

CNDS module

Latest news

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HotMail Messenger. Contact me in real-time on w_j_buchanan@hotmail.com (or ICQ).

New BEng (Hons) projects. BEng/MSc proj.

CNDS/DCC. Majority of students think e-mail support for modules is an excellent idea (NOS)

On-line tests. Here


82% of all students on the module reckoned that the module information provided was either very good or excellent. [Link]

I've added a littleMy academic diary test to determine your knowledge of networking/ Internet [also subnetting and an IQ test]. For the CNDS/ DCC subject I've added a few things such as on-line tests (please try them, and tell me if there are any problems) and a form for registration for the Cisco Academy (Commercial [Help] and Student [Help]). Along with this I've:

 

Link to my Research page

Added lots of new pages to my Just a Bit of Fun page and my essay page (and my academic diary). I've tried to make them light-hearted and informative (which is a difficult balance).

Link to my Research page

Developed the CNDS and NOS pages, which outlineWhy not take an on-line test for CNDS? the Units, Presentations, Tutorials and Worksheets.

Some Shockwave animations

Screen shot from Amazon.co.ukAdded an animation (and GIF) of my previous research (and some Shockwave animations). Also, if you're stressed, or if you're a child of the 1970s, why not try this (it's Bubble-tastic!).

Link to my Research page

Updated my schedule (or the HTML form), but its not perfect, so I won't really trust it.

My publications

Compiled a list of my main publications for reference purposes (and now with Abstracts), Another screen shot from Amazon.co.uk although my CV has the most detailed listing of my publications. I've also got some examples of ASP, including a database application [PWS].


This site is availableMy essaysfrom three mirror sites, please select the best for you:

Tip of the week
(Plus and minus graphics for expansion and contraction)
Two of the most useful graphic items are actually two of the smallest graphics items that you are likely to use. These are:
- The plus symbol
and:
- The minus symbol
These are used to great effect in menu items which are expanded and contracted, such as:
Main Menu Item
Other Menu Item
     Item 1
     Item 2
     Item 3
Another Menu Item
     Item 1
     Item 2
     Item 3

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