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Your contributions will keep this site active and relevant to the needs of Computer Studies Teachers. When next completing a resource for personal use, ask yourself whether you feel other teachers could benefit from that resource as well.

The clear understanding when publishing in this forum is that you do so in the PUBLIC DOMAIN. In stating this, it is reasonable that others may use your work in ways they deem relevant.

Users of work published in this forum have a RESPONSIBILITY TO CITE the source of the material they use, appropriately acknowledging authorship.

Publishing on the World Wide Web need not be complicated. There are but a few guidelines that will make the translation from physical publishing to virtual publishing easier for us to accomplish.

Copy can be e-mailed as an attachment, or snail-mailed on disk. We would love all submissions to be written in HTML, but realise that not everyone knows how to do that, and so have vowed to accept any popular document format, and convert it for you if the need arises.

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Subject Coordinator - Information Technology Education
St. Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace
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