Once you have your own space online you can start using some of the great authoring tools out there to build native online materials and then host them directly on your site. This helps your students by eliminating online third parties from your classroom while opening up a number of different tools and possibilities for you.
This second post in the “Building a lesson” series will give you some general tips for building online teaching materials along with Wikiotics-specific instructions to walk you through building lessons… Read more »
Here’s a brief recap of the past month (or two) in Wikiotics: Summer Pilot program For the last six weeks or so we’ve been working to support the English language… Read more »
This post began as a reply to John Degen’s blog post about the Book Liberator. In particular I want to respond to the idea that photographing books is somehow an… Read more »