Sunday, January 15, 2006


I recently found an article in a printed source about LCD displays and how they are made/work. It is written for the high school level. I would like to make the source available to the students so that they can look at it. I do not know how to go about this. Any ideas?


Karl Fisch said...

I would first look for it online. There's not a whole lot these days that doesn't exist online somewhere - although it's not always easy to find and not always free (I can help you look for it).

If we can't find it online, is it something you want them to be able to study in-depth and refer back to, or something you want them to read once and be exposed to? If they need to refer back to it, the copier is your best bet. If you want them to read it once, then either scanning it or retyping it and making it available via Word or PowerPoint in class (via an LCD Projector, of course!) might work.

Hatak said...

I would like for it to be something that they, and I could refer back to in the future. The article is from "ChemMatters" and can be tied to multiple lessons. There are even further readings that the students could follow up with. I get a copy as a teacher but I am not sure how to get it into the student's hands.