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Journal issue: Tripoli, port de mer, port de désert

Available freely online is a special journal issue from 2013, based on a workshop which took place in 2011, on the theme “Tripoli, port to the sea, port to the desert” in Paris. 177 more words

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Ravelry: What is this?

Have you ever wished that there was a way you could go to a website and see what yarn you have and what projects they might be good for?  1,170 more words

Spinning

Important Books About Experimental ESP, 1930-1958

Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Research Fellow, Parapsychology Foundation

Here are some important books about experimental ESP studies published between 1930 and 1958 that are freely available online. 156 more words

Digital Resources

Teatro de lectores | Readers' Theatre

~Thomas DeVere Wolsey

Available in English/inglés and adapted from: 

Lapp, D., Fisher, D., & Wolsey, T. D. (2009).  Literacy growth for every child: Differentiated small-group instruction K-6. 839 more words

Collaboration

Pinterest Rocks for Fiber Arts (and a lot of other things too)

I know, I am currently at MS&WF but I’m posting this, What?  Okay so I have written this post earlier and put it up while I’m away because, it is important information that I think people should know, and I am going to be a bit busy right when I get back so I am not sure when I’ll get a chance to express my excitement over MS&WF.  732 more words

Teaching

Smart Video = Smart Kids

A new educational tool that is rockin’ my world is ‘smart video’. Apps such as TouchCast Studios are revolutionizing how video’s are made and what can be included in videos to make them interactive with the viewer, they are calling it smart video. 56 more words

Learning Community

'A serjeant of militia!' Martin Smart, a Correspondent of William Godwin

The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is working with The Letters of William Godwin, edited by Pamela Clemit (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011-), to bring new information about Godwin and his correspondence networks to a wider readership. 646 more words

William Godwin