I am not really a big fan of Moodle but I know several of you are using it in their learning and teaching and so the guide below will probably be of some help to you. What bothers me about Moodle is...
Making e-readers more accessible is a great way of improving child literacy A few weeks ago, Barnes & Noble, the American bookselling giant, announced it was ending manufacturing of its own tablet e-reader, the Nook, which has been on sale in the...
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