important artefact arising out of the project will be a book on the use
of new technology in history teaching, to be edited by Dr Terry Haydn, a
member of the project team and author of History, ICT and Learning
(London, RoutledgeFalmer, 2004), to be published in Spring
will comprise of 12 chapters written by core members of the e-help team,
plus some of the associate members who have an international reputation
in the field of ICT in history education. There will also be links
to further chapters by associates on the e-help website.
The book will
be available to course participants at the time of the Gothenburg
Course, and will complement the resources, tutorials and ideas available
on the website.