# Great MOOCs for A-level Students

When studying any subject, it is important to read around the topics entailed in order to better your understanding. Studying a computing course is no exception.  Fortunately, there is a world of resources to help anyone better learn and experience how Computing can offer solutions to current and future problems we have in society and more »

Just a bunch of useful links that you could use while revising for the OCR Computer Science A-Level Online textbook @ https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/A-level_Computing Specification@ http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/170844-specification-accredited-a-level-gce-computer-science-h446.pdf Extra Resources @ https://www.cambridgegcsecomputing.org/ http://www.ocrcomputing.org.uk/overview.html https://www.memrise.com/course/1211053/ocr-a-level-computer-science-2/ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCiOXwirraUBj7HtVHfNZsnwjyZQj97da http://teach-ict.com/2016/A_Level_Computing/OCR_H446/OCR_H446_home.html  https://www.cram.com/flashcards/ocr-computer-science-revision-6714147  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsBxhDfwURg-vQASN2ZeHwg  https://www.mrfraser.org/ https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/computer-science-revision/a-level-ocr/ https://isaaccomputerscience.org/topics GigaFlop

# CIDA Developing web Products Walkthrough

The purpose of this series of videos is to help students with the skills for the CIDA website exam. The exam is usually very similar in style and requires a standard set of skills that students should know. These videos cover the simple skill set required to help students pass this 2 and a half more »

# While Loops

While Loops are similar to for loops because they repeat segments of code. However in a for loop, you specify how many times a segment of code should repeat. With a while loop, you need to set the condition to make the code stop repeating the specified segment. Setting the condition is similar to that more »

# 3.6 Normalising data Access 2016

In this tutorial, I demonstrate how to normalise data from a text file dataset into separate tables using Table analyzer in Access 2016. text file available for download below the video. Videos in Series