Dale Fort Blog Number 2

2 04 2012

This is a short note to tell readers about some short You Tube films that I’ve made to try to demonstrate some techniques that our students sometimes find troublesome.  I’m hoping that this will be the beginning of lots of these because I think the potential is huge and there doesn’t seem to be much of this kind of thing on the web.

I hope that you might find them useful/mildly entertaining.

1. Starlings at Mabesgate

This is an amazing murmuration that took place earlier this year by my house

The link is

2. Error Bars in Excel 2007

I couldn’t find help in the Excel help system and it was driving me mad, so when I worked out how to do it, I made this film so you don’t have to go mad.

The link is:

3. How to Measure Heights on Seashores

Who hasn’t spent the long Winter nights dreaming of a film like this?  It shows you a quick, easy and surprisingly precise method of height measuring on any sloping ground.

The link is:

If you put the titles into the You Tube search engine you’ll also get to the films.

Look for the next blog where I’m thinking of beginning of a History of Dale Fort serial.




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