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<>  S I T E F I N D E R <> Vol 2 Issue 9 <> ISSN 1465-8224
 
CONTENTS   2.9  New Entries

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<> NEW ENTRIES IN SITEFINDER DIRECTORY
 
SiteFinder Directory and SiteFinder Ezine are both dedicated to
helping you to explore this question:
 
''HOW and WHY are people are using outdoor adventure for
learning, growth, development, empowerment, education, training,
therapy, reflection or inspiration?''
 
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SiteFinder Adventure and Experiential Education Directory Ezine
 
Your free monthly newsletter associated with the
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edited by Roger Greenaway roger@reviewing.co.uk
 
YOU control your free subscription. Details are at the end.
 
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A note from the editor. The results from my recent globe-trotting
around the internet mysteriously disappeared while I was trying
to install a new 'state of the art' modem. I can fix typewriters
OK, but a toothbrush soaked in methylated spirits doesn't seem to
work so well inside a computer ;-)  I have lost a lot of data and
a lot of time, but I hope to get back to a monthly schedule
before long.
 
This issue (2.9) lists the latest entries to SiteFinder
Directory, and hard on its heels is another issue (2.10) that
provides you with a handy list of all the best 'research' links
from previous issues of SiteFinder.
 
It's times like this that contributions from you will be
particularly welcome (e.g. feedback, tips for good sites, site
reviews, announcements, short articles...) . Maybe issue 2.11
will be full of readers' contributions?! SHORT SITE REVIEWS will
be particularly welcome - especially if you visit any of the sites
listed below.
 
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<> NEW ENTRIES IN THE SITEFINDER DIRECTORY
 
Most entries this month happen to come from the UK. The overall
balance in SiteFinder Directory is approximately 40 UK sites and
approximately 60 sites from other countries. The magic total of
100 is not far away. Site Awards will follow soon after that
total is reached.
 
Hydroactive
BCU NCA MLTB ESCA
http://www.hydroactive.org
Outdoor activities for adult groups
Lots of events running throughout the year
Canoe climb cave off road drivng clay shoot archery
Let our imagination become your reality
 
Iz The Whizz
Iz The Whizz Adventure Education & Training Ideas
izthewhizz@take-one.freeserve.co.uk
http://www.take-one.freeserve.co.uk [URL may have changed]
Youth Workers, Teachers, Social Workers, any one working with or
for young people or adults
Why not? You'll never know what's on offer if you don't take a
look
Free ideas, interesting links & lots of interesting ideas
All of the ideas are provided free of charge
 
Jeremy Webb
Outnet UK
http://www.outnet.freeserve.co.uk [dead link?]
People who work in the outdoors providing adventure, education
and development.
Share experiences and information, best practice, top tips!
Stories, discussion board, pictures from people who use the
outdoors.
Participate, share your experiences, and develop a virtual
community of outdoor people on the web.
 
Lindley Training
matt_robinson@hollowford.lindley.org
http://www.lindley.org
Companies and organisations looking for development training and
teambuilding.
Lindley Training is a leading provider of development training,
designed in partnership with you
Information about our services, experience and mission statement.
COMPETITION! Win a weekend's development training for your
organisation.
 
Mark Brown
Vive la Montagne Adventure Consultants
mark.vlm@btinternet.com
http://www.vlmadventureconsultants.co.uk
outdoor and adventure sports enthusiasts and organisors
We supply everything from training to courses and from ideas to
installation
adventure sports, courses, training, climbing walls and adventure
equipment
mail order service, freelance database, equipment catalogues,
rope activity platforms
 
Philip Atkinson
Transformations UK Ltd.
Philip@transformations-uk.co.uk
http://www.transformations-uk.co.uk
HR Directors, Trainers, OD Consultants, Sales Managers, Outdoor
Trainers requiring OD support.
To create a dymanic customer focused, empowered culture thru
action learning.
Review of culture, books, video packages, testimonials - the
methodology for change.
Outlines that behavioural and cultural change can be implemented
with change acceleration strategy.
 
TAG Europe Ltd
BCU NCA MLTB ESCA
TAGEVENTS@aol.com
http://corporate-activities.com [deadlink?]
Outdoor adventurers
Lots of events running throughout the year
Canoe climb cave off road drivng clay shoot archery
Let our imagination become your reality
 
Tim Pickering
Sgor training
sgor.training@virgin.net or sgor.climbing@virgin.net
http://business.virgin.net/tim.pickering/sgor
Anybody interest in climbing on the unspoilt cliffs of Harris and
Lewis in the Outer Hebrides
Most people don't realise the quality of the climbing available
in the Outer Hebrides
Information on how to contact me for more information
 
Blue Peris Mountain Centre
http://www.blueperis.co.uk [URL may have changed]
 Blue Peris Mountain Centre is Bedfordshire County Council's
Residential Outdoor Education Centre. The Centre offers a range
of outdoor education courses to support the wider school
curriculum and also adult training courses on behalf of the
Mountain Leader Training Board.
[This entry is not yet in the web-based directory.]
 
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If you can recommend a site to include in SiteFinder Directory
(even your own site!) write to:
roger@reviewing.co.uk
or complete the form at:
http://reviewing/websites/add.htm
 
SHORT SITE REVIEWS will be particularly welcome - especially if
you visit any of the sites listed above.
 
A few more entries and there will be 100 descriptive entries in
the SiteFinder directory.
 
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<> DID YOU KNOW THAT ...?
 
You don't have to strain your eyes to read badly designed web
pages. If you find that the text is fighting with the colourful
background, all you have to do is choose edit -> select all (at
the top of your browser) and you will be able to read the text
much more easily.
 
If the text is too small to read, choose view -> text size and
change the font to at least one size larger (Explorer users). In
Netscape it's even easier: choose view -> increase font.
 
If this ezine is difficult to read because of the font size or
font style you can probably change the settings. In Outlook
Express, choose Tools -> Options -> Read -> Fonts -> Font Size
and/or select a different font.
 
<> TRACKERS TIPS, SITEOWNERS TIPS, SITE REVIEWS and READERS
COMMENTS...
 
... will feature in most issues of SiteFinder - but not in this
issue
or the next one (2.10) which is a list of some of the most useful
links from previous issues.
 
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