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Welcome New (and Future) Grads!

Just a quick post to do two important things: welcome the new arrivals at the Faculty, and start lining up next year’s new arrivals too! 326 more words

Graduate Interdisciplinary Seminar

"Tutor in a Box," by Chris Mason, August 2014

Tutor in a Box
Chris Mason
Chris Mason, Publisher
Kindle Version
August 2014
Review by Jo Doran

In a technological ideal world, we would have eBooks that updated themselves automatically when the link moved, dead-ended, or went out of business. 779 more words

Book Review

WWW: La Llorona and Learning Through the Wails

¡Feliz viernes a todos!

To all who are joining for the first time or who are following the posts each week, thank you for stopping by the blog!  503 more words

Multicultural Teaching

New Records from New York on Findmypast

Findmypast has made transcriptions of birth, baptism, marriage, death and burial records from some early printed sources for the records of New York. While many of these records come from published books, they have now been transcribed and made searchable online. 158 more words

News You Can Use

How Much of the Internet is "Google-able"?

While it is impossible to give a firm answer to the question, it is clear that for every website that is free and accessible through search engines such as Google, there are thousands of other places on the internet that are not. 150 more words


Explore the world

Did you know your OPL card gives you access to Culturegrams, an online tool which delivers concise, reliable and up-to-date cultural information on the countries of the world? 180 more words