The preservation side of the project continues with more documentation being scanned, OCR'd, PDF'd and included on the site.
The first update is the Domesday Display software. There is now a copy of the artwork, floppy discs, manuals, key-strips and ADFS images of the software available from:
The second is the Domesday Resource Booklets. These are a series of 7 documents (previously unavailable on-line) that cover a wide-range of teaching subjects including teacher's notes and exercises. The documents cover: Projects and Topics, Mathematics, Social Sciences, Art; Craft Design and Technology, Environmental Education, Geography and In-Service Training.
We're still on the look-out for the Data Merge software and associated documentation. If you have a copy please get in touch and help us out with the task of making everything Domesday related available
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