Shmoop Literature: Summary, Analysis, Themes, Characters, Paper
The authors write entertainingly, and in a manner that doesn’t invite plagiarism. (Maybe I’m maligning other professors, but the joking tone just doesn’t seem like the expected essay tone.) I think students would find it a helpful introduction to various poems and novels. (I don’t know about the US history section – not my area.) via Twitter
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Going beyond Google in searching! via Work Literacy
The Wiki Toolbox: 30+ Wiki Tools and Resources
I love wikis for their versatility and usefulness and this list has my 3 favorites in the top 4 listed. via Work Literacy
Information Architecture for Audio: Doing It Right – Boxes and Arrows: The design behind the design
“[T]he inclusion of audio often results in usability issues that make it difficult for users to access and understand content. That is why we need new tools to organize linear content like audio. Luckily, a wide range of techniques employed in information architecture, journalism, usability engineering and interface design are available. All that’s required is the knowledge to combine them effectively. This article presents a practical framework for designing and implementing audio-based content, such as podcasts.” via Work Literacy
World Names Profiler – Annotated
Could be used for a classroom activity connecting names and geography. I was surprised to see where my name was most common.
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