On-line resources from the
American Studies Resources Centre at LJMU

Liverpool John Moores University


Earn cash in your spare time with ARNet Online

Here's a way to earn some money in your spare time writing for ARNet. We are intending to develop a bank of teaching resources such as lesson plans with on-line links, test materials, and on-line study packs covering American aspects of a wide range of subjects, such as literature, history, politics, geography and environmental studies. They should be aimed at GCSE, A- and AS- levels, Access or their Scottish equivalents. We are willing to pay those contributors selected 150.00 per item for materials contributed to the resource bank. The content may be in a variety of forms, such as web pages, Adobe Acrobat documents, Java applets or interactive quizzes. The only conditions are that the material must have an American context, must make effective and imaginative use of the Web as a teaching resource and be your original work, with correct citation of any source materials you have quoted from. If you would like to know more, contact Ian Ralston at the centre, or fill in the response form below. There are limited funds available for this project, so send your response now.


Your email address (essential):
Enter your first name:

Enter your surname:
Enter your home or school address:

Add any additional comments here


If you would like to generate your own on-line interactive test material or quizzes, check out Hot Potatoes, a brilliant free resource from the University of Victoria in Canada.


This is a counter for the number of visitors to this page
{Text7} {Text8}
{Text9} {Text10}
{Text11} {Text12}
{Text13} {Text14}
{Text15} {Text16}
{Text17} {Text18}
{Text19} {Text20}
{Text21} {Text22}
{Text23} {Text24}
  American Studies Today Online is published by
American Studies Resources Centre, Aldham Robarts Centre, Liverpool John Moores University, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5UZ, United Kingdom
Tel and fax 0151-231 3241
International(+44)151-231 3241
The views expressed are those of the contributors, and not necessarily those of the Centre, the College or the University.
Liverpool Community College, Liverpool John Moores University and the Contributors, 2001
Articles and reviews in this journal may be freely reproduced for use in subscribing institutions only, provided that the source is acknowledged.

Return to Magazine Front Page

Home Page | Online Magazine | Forum | Book reviews | Hot links | Directory | Degree courses | Conferences | Services | Study Days | Search | Email us | Response form