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Create Your Own Quote

I came across this website a few years ago and knew it would come in handy one day. With “Recite” you can choose from an assortment of templates to make your own quote look great. 49 more words


Useful Travel Apps and Websites

Summer is upon us once again and if you’re anything like me, you don’t like sitting and melting away at home. Summer is the one time my inner gallivanter finally gets to come out while my introverted outer shell cracks open. 1,063 more words


5 Fantastic Websites For English Teachers

I recently made a video, featuring 5 excellent websites for English teachers.

The sites are all packed full of useful resources and teaching tips.  Watch the round-up below: 11 more words


CC Search

Finding good images online that can be used freely without breaching copyright can be a challenge.  CC Search (https://ccsearch.creativecommons.org/) is a tool which aims to make this task a little easier.   166 more words

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Using Information Literacy to Fight Fake News

The issue of fake news (not a new problem) has been gaining more attention since the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, where several social media outlets were blamed for disseminating untruths. 1,037 more words

Interesting Articles

Search for Open Access Resources, Part II

Last week I posted a list with Open Access resources, some focused on resources for students, and others with digital content with no set audience, only the goal of cultural stewardship. 103 more words

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Counting public gatherings in 2017-Washington Post article

The point of this post is to show how complex and grassroots public gatherings can be counted and measured. The two main researchers quoted in these Washington Post articles are Erika Chenoweth and Jeremy Pressman, both respected analysts of the details of large-scale civil movements and gatherings.  311 more words

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