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Vol 3, Issue 2


Thursday, 1 May, 2003

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MSOR Connections


Robin Horan
Martin Lavelle


The World Wide Web is now a firmly established feature of modern life. It was first constructed by a physicist, Tim Berners-Lee, at CERN, in Geneva, for the rapid, world-wide exchange of scientific information, but subsequent developments have meant that it has matured into a highly flexible instrument which is universally available, and very easy to access. The potential uses for this communications vehicle are almost unlimited and, as more and more people gain access to it, so its potential as a teaching tool becomes more attractive.


doi: 10.11120/msor.2003.03020032

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