THANK YOU FOR DROPPING BY 🙂
We hope you will take this opportunity to look around and see how the site is developing. It’s work in progress!
We launched lightcolourvision.org at the end of May 2019 with a public event and fundraiser. Our current focus is on developing the layout, adding features and uploading resources. So, please note that we have a lot more information and images to add and more work to do on the design.
FIND QUICK ANSWERS TO BASIC QUESTIONS
Get quick answers to common questions or use the feedback tab on the left for a personalised response.
- Is the website still under development?
- Can I use the written material I find on the website in my own educational assignments and presentations?
- Can I use the diagrams and images I find on the website in my own educational assignments and presentations?
- How do I find images?
FIND OUT ABOUT OUR AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
We are a non-profit group dedicated to the education of future generations and to a vision of sustainable growth of all forms of life on planet earth. It is an image of caring for each other and our world.
We are committed to responding to the call for people to make web content that is rich and relevant; to build communities that respect civil discourse and human dignity, and to fight for an open web that is a global public resource for people everywhere.
NEED A QUICK INTRODUCTION TO THE SITE?
Are you looking for resources to develop your own projects and assignments?
Here is a quick guide to finding your way around plus a bit of advice on how to make sense of it all!
LIGHT! Without light we see nothing! Without light, our eyes can not function at all! It is the fact that our eyes respond to light that allows us to gather the information needed to not only see colour but also to make sense of the world. Light has existed since the beginning of time and will still fill the universe long after planet Earth and its inhabitants are forgotten.
THE HOW AND WHY OF REFERENCING
An in-text citation is where we reference the originating author and the publication details for the quote or image we use in the body of our essay.
A bibliographic reference is where we provide full information on the originating author and publication at the end of an essay etc. Each reference in a bibliography corresponds with an in-text citation and is listed alphabetically.
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- All information, images and other assets displayed or made available for download on the lightcolourvision.org website are copyright. This means there are limitations on how they can be used.