This was published in The British Audiological Scientist's Sept. newsletter.
Some guidelines for searching the WEB:
If you can't connect to a site, try again later, it just may be too busy to
talk to you now. There are no spaces in internet addresses, if you see one,
it's a typo, hust remove the space and try the address. If you can't connect
to a site, try deleting the tail end of the address (ie, if
HTTP://www.teleport.com/'veda/ doesn't work, try HTTP://www.teleport.com/).
Email me if you need more help. Good luck!
AUDIOLOGY SITES ON THE INTERNET
This is intended to be the first of an irregular series detailing Audiology
sites on the Intemet.
Please contribute of you know of interesting sites, as what may have been easy
to find for you
may have been overlooked by others.
This is an audiology newsgroup, coveting a variety of topics.
There are several sites discussing tinnitus, often with a self help
perspective. Two of the best are:
HTTP ://www. cccd.eduJfaq/tinnitus.html
The Vestibular Laboratory at John Hopkins University, Baltimore has a site
with interesting case
histories, research posters and papers and a synopsis of their present
The Vestibular Disorders Association in the USA provides an excellent site of
vesdbular disorders, with links through to many related sites.
Closer to home the BSA Conference in Coleraine is on the net!
Last but not least the Audiology Department of Glan Clwyd Hospital have a web
of us are hoping to see Clive Sparke's BMW go on-line!
Audiology Department, Cambridge