J-PROGS first came into being in 1985, when computing technology was in its infancy. Since then, we have created many resources for teachers and students of Classics in schools and universities. Our current range of books and software still addresses Classics but now we are also developing an interest in the County of Yorkshire. Our intention is quite simple: to provide for our customers the best software and books we can. We pride ourselves on the reliability and the quality of our products and try to build close and friendly relations with our customers.
Julian Morgan is the author of most of our books and programs. Julian has had many years' experience as Head of Classics in various schools in the UK and at the European School in Karlsruhe, Germany. To find out more about his former working life, click on this link, where you can read an article published in the Times Educational Supplement.
Julian stepped down from classroom teaching in 2016 and is now working to develop new materials from his office at home. All of his most recent publications are available from this website or its links and include various puzzle books for Latin and Greek, Yorkshire Puzzles, the Imperium Latin Course Books 1 to 3, the Imperium Latin Grammar and Syntax Guide, Imperium Latin Unseens, the Horace Trail version 3, Aeneas version 4, Three tragedies... No tears and Plays in Two Days.
Julian is active in the American Classical League and sits on the Computing Applications Committee for that body, making regular visits to speak in the USA, including at the Institute in Williamsburg Virginia in summer 2014. Since 2003, he has been the UK partner in CIRCE, an EU Comenius project committed to providing resources to support Classics teachers across Europe.
To view Julian's page on Amazon, click on this link.