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These pages are demonstration pages of mixed mode delivery
for an on-campus course. The curriculum and course structure has changed
substantially for 1998, but these pages have been retained here
as an example of a particular use of the Web in teaching.
Welcome to all PSY2011 students to the Psychology 2 Home Page.
If you are not familiar with how to get around on the internet, there are a few little tricks to
keep in mind:
Remember, if you have any further problems, or need any other help, feel free to contact either
Dr Lisa Wise, Aaron Wigley, or any of your Demonstrators.
- Notice that there are some words in a Different Colour?
They are called hot links, or
hypertext links. If you click on them with the mouse, they take you
to another document.
- To return to your previous location, use the Back button at the top of the screen.
As an example, follow this link to the Monash University Home
Page, then use the Back button to return to the Psychology 2 Home Page.
- If you have already visited a document, all links to that document will
appear in a different colour to those you have not visited yet.
- The Home button at the top of the Netscape window will take you back to your
standard starting point (usually a Monash Home Page or Departmental Home Page). So if you do get lost out on the Internet, it's
easy to return to somewhere familiar.
- For further information about using Netscape and the Internet, try the
Internet Tutorial provided by the Monash University Library
What Can I Do?
- Read the PSY2011 Lecture Program.
- Read the PSY2011 Laboratory Program.
- Read the PSY2011 Psychology Internet newsgroups:
You can use this news group for your general discussion. Some of the articles currently
in the newsgroup are from 1995's class (and others).
Use this news group for specific class discussion. You will need special rights
to be allowed to write to this group.
Use this newsgroup for general psychology discussion, including cross-year and cross-campus
discussion. Psychology Society functions will generally be advertised here. Remember that
newsgroups are readable by anyone at any campus of Monash University, ie. anyone with
access to the internet through Monash University can read what you
have written here (including fellow students and teaching staff).
- Access the Computer Laboratory Manual.
This manual was first written in 1995 to try
to help psychology students navigate the Monash Student Computing Environment. It has
been updated to reflect the 1996 environment as far as possible. It has not
yet been updated for 1997 ...
- Visit the Department of
Psychology Home Page. From there, there are a lot of
links to heaps of psychology related material.
- Visit the Monash University Home Page. A lot of information is now available
on the WWW about Monash University. You can access other department's information,
all of the Faculty Handbooks, and other university publications.
Here we will keep hypertext links to sites which may be relevant to your current coursework.
Please email any promising links to firstname.lastname@example.org
for inclusion here.
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