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The potential offered by video as a teaching and learning aid in the history classroom extends way beyond asking students to make notes based around a 30 minute programme. Primary footage, feature films and historical documentaries offer varied and…
Terry ElliottDon't take Russell Tarr for granted. Here is a cool infographic he points to from Information is Beautiful: https://informationisbeautiful.net/visualizations/based-on-a-true-true-story/ I really love his 'backward essay': https://goo.gl/7Fk2gz
One of the key tasks scientists need to master is how to manage bibliographic information: collecting relevant literature, building a digital library, and handling citations and bibliographies during writing. This tutorial (last updated March 2018)…
Terry ElliottI tried for years to get faculty to adopt Zotero for student scholarship. Almost no uptake. Perhaps I will try again using this very thorough slidedeck. I might use this at the beginning of the year for my freshman composition class.
Terry ElliottJohn Wilkes Booth's promptbook with all his own annotations. Enlightening. Annotation in action. A play is a collaborative annotation in action, like a loom creating and recreating until woven. Love projects like these that expose hidden workings.
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Terry ElliottHow BEHAVIOR spreads. The contagion metaphor. Anybody want to annotate this with me? (https://vialogues.com/vialogues/play/44449)
We think Zotero is the best tool for almost anyone doing serious research, but we know that a lot of people — including many students — don't need all of Zotero's power just to create the occasional bibliography. Today, we're…
Terry ElliottIntroduce yourself and your students to Zotero. I am going all-in with this next fall for my freshmen comp classes.