Most Sociology sites you visit offer "Notes" in a variety of
different forms and, as such,
"Notes" (whether presented on-line, as a Web Page or as a download
link for printed materials) are probably the most common form of
resource readily-available on the web at present. However, as with any other
type of resource, how you choose to use them is probably the most important
consideration, since as with any type of resource, they have their
In general, however, Sociology Notes found on the Web can, with careful preparation and planning, be used effectively for teaching and learning purposes.
Each of the following sites offer Notes in some shape or form...
|Education World||Sociology On-Line|
|Post-Modernism||Bryn Hafren School|
|Social Science Paper Publisher||South Devon College|
|Kearl's Guide to the Family||Education in Britain|
|OUP Sociology||Sociological Research Online|
|Mick Underwood's Media Site||Media and Communications Site|