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Q&A with Edward Hatfield, New Managing Editor of the New Georgia Encyclopedia

On April 1, Dr. Edward Hatfield began work as the new Managing Editor for the New Georgia Encyclopedia. Hatfield earned his M.A. in history at the University of Georgia in 2006 and completed his Ph.D. 994 more words

History

Week Two: Practical - Setting Up Twitter

This week I had to set up a Twitter account, which is a very unfamiliar thing to me. My twitter handle is @iamCassDonovan, feel free to follow me. 82 more words

Week Two

Week Two: Technical - Quiz Reflection

I found Quiz 2 a little more challenging than the first one, as can be seen below.

I had multiple attempts at this quiz, as I was confused by the wording of some of the questions and answers, and improved a little bit each time. 27 more words

Reflection

Music Time

I always knew music would become a component of our learning journey.  My husband and I were in band all through middle school, high school, and college, continuing after.   421 more words

Education

Short Édition Jeunesse

I post a lot of content related to Japanese but it’s not my only language that I study at university. Let’s not forget about French! The amount of posts dedicated to my study of this language is so meager. 285 more words

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NHK News Web Easy

As someone who’s Japanese ability is not high enough for native Japanese news it can be sad. Why sad? Because it makes you feel like you can’t read anything nor understand what is written. 318 more words

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Character metaphors - an online resource.

I recently did some writing for Scholastic.  It was an online resource which supports children when writing metaphors.

Click here for the full resource.
Education