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Cómo citar medios digitales en trabajos académicos

Cómo citar medios digitales en trabajos académicos | Silvia´s scoop | Scoop.it

Guía de uso para citar videos de YouTube, blogs y publicaciones de redes sociales en trabajos académicos.


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Tch Dante's curator insight, September 4, 2014 10:09 AM

Excellente, justo lo que tanto necesitaba por estos dias

Julia Echeverría's curator insight, October 7, 2014 6:54 AM

How to cite academic work in digital media

Mauro Hernandez's curator insight, October 30, 2014 11:27 PM

Una guía para citar publicaciones en la red 

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Nik's Learning Technology Blog: Why do so many Moodle courses suck?

Nik's Learning Technology Blog: Why do so many Moodle courses suck? | Silvia´s scoop | Scoop.it

Given the state of many of these courses, it’s no wonder that drop out rates for online learning are so high. And of course Moodle isn’t the only culprit. Many of the other commercially available LMS (learning management systems) and VLE (virtual learning environment) platforms aren’t doing any better.

 

 


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Michelle Nimchuk's curator insight, July 17, 2015 11:36 AM

Some great introductory Moodle instructions for creating online courses.  Very valuable!

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My career teaching English as a foreign language: the love of a linguist

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Iona Lunan outlines her work as a language trainer, sharing advice on the key skills you'll need and what challenges you'll face
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Phraseum - language learning online

Phraseum - language learning online | Silvia´s scoop | Scoop.it

The Web offers huge opportunities to improve any foreign language you’re learning, from news stories, blog posts, comments and all that content. So, find sites with your favourite topics and read them regularly. Phraseum will help you save and organize all useful sentences you come across while reading, in order to learn them later.
You can organize your clips by tags (situation, meaning …) and personal categories (your projects, meetings …)
You can also search for and re-save phrases that others have saved
or discover phrases that match the topics of your interests in your Phrase feed.


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carldowse's curator insight, January 18, 2014 5:18 AM

Vocabulary builing tool with a web clipper that can be added to a browser for quick additions to a tagged phrasebook - looks like a very interesting use of browser technology that promotes learner autonomy

Amadeu Marin's curator insight, June 7, 2014 8:23 AM

Excellent idea! A fantastic tool to build up a collection of useful chunks or phrases around topics, situations, etc.

 

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Phraseum provides what they call a 'clipping button' that you

drag onto your browser bookmark bar. Then, while you're reading online, you can highlight a piece of text (collocations, chunks, idioms, etc.) you want to clip, then hit the Phraseum clipping button to save and categorize the phrase into your account to learn or use later.

 

You can also share the phrases and phrasebooks you create and subscribe to other people's.

Juan Fernández's curator insight, August 1, 2014 3:29 PM
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This is a really fantastic tool for the collaborative learning of phrases and collocations. Every language learner should be using this.

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E.A. Anchimbe: The native-speaker fever in English language teaching (ELT)

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An interesting contribution to an ever-ending debate

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Bring chaos theory to English language teaching

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There's no place for inflexible grammar rules in spoken language
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High quality copyright free images

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Free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects. Click on an image to download the high-resolution version. New awesome pictures added weekly!
All pictures were captured by Ryan McGuire of Bells Design and free of copyright restrictions.


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gregmhagar's curator insight, July 22, 2014 8:57 AM

Always on the lookout for legal high quality free images to use. Sweet!

Julie Cumming-Debrot's curator insight, July 22, 2014 6:36 PM

Thanks Nik for sharing this.

Craig Van Ham's curator insight, March 24, 9:42 PM

Great collection of really interesting and thought provoking images. Great to get students using these in their projects.