I’ve started curating all the information I can find on the topic of language, language learning, and bilingualism into a Flipboard. Flipboard is great for reading content on your iPad without any clutter or interference from advertisements and distractions. There is a lot of information out there (I’ve found 575 articles in the last year alone), and there is a lot of repetition and there … Continue reading Language, Bilingualism and Multi-lingualism in the news
I’ve been on the internet a long, long time. There was some primitive stuff going on when I did my first degree around the mid-80’s (that’s 1980’s) but we only really got it going at home in 1994 – and then we were living in Brazil, where and when at that time, even having a home phone line was a luxury. I remember hours and … Continue reading Social networking – the dark side
So I’m working away at the template for the libguides and at the same time I’m busy creating the psychology libguide. Why I’m doing both simultaneously is that I’m trying to make the template a “how to” as well.Today Ms. K showed me “Flipboard” which is a curating tool on the ipad. Basically you use it to create your own online magazine. It’s really really … Continue reading new toys! new toys!
(a) define what social networking is (in your own words); In my opinion there are two types of social networking – that which occurs online, and that which occurs online. In both my online and offline worlds I enjoy having disparate networks of friends and connections who define parts of who I am and how I function in the world. These days, my online and … Continue reading First questions