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May 02, 2008


Emma Place

Dear Nigel,

Many thanks for reviewing our "Internet Philosopher" tutorial and the Philosophy section of Intute on your blog.

You are right to point out that the tutorial only provides a taster of the key websites for online research - the Intute database has a much more comprehensive listing.

The tutorial is part of the Virtual Training Suite , which provides basic training in Internet research skills for most university degree subjects. We do update tutorials to keep up with Web developments, and plan to release a new version of this tutorial within the year. I will pass on your suggestions for including more audio and audio-visual content to the author.

If you have any further comments, you can find the "Feedback" link in the header (top right) of each page of the tutorial:


We'd welcome any further suggestions from you or your readers.

With best wishes,
Emma Place

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