Quite often, I take the second step before the first one. In my last post, I referred to twitter quite often. It seems to be time to discuss it now. In this post, I'll discuss twitter, how it is and why it should be used. And, as usual, I'll discuss possible scenarios for educators and students. ...continue reading
Why blogging is great.
Writing is a skill that needs to be learned, the more you practice the better you'll become. And that applies to your mother tongue as well as to your foreign language. Blogs also offer the opportunity to reflect about complex issues, resulting in better understanding and the emergence of new ideas. So, blogging is good for your critical thinking abilities.
In the foreign language you have to start small first ...continue reading
I came across a great tool today. It's called "skitch". It is available for MAC (app store) and Android phones (market) at the moment. iOS (hence, iPhone and iPad) may also be supported soon. Furthermore, I hope, there'll be a Windows application, but you may also refer to these alternatives. Though Skitch and its alternatives are useful, one can always use basic graphic editors to gain the same results. So, if you have Photoshop, Firefox, Gimp or whatever, you can basically do the same. ...continue reading
I wanted write a lengthy post. But I've thought, this mindmap might be more helpful.
If it is not shown below, you can access here (file size 5MB).
These are two bookmarking tools, however, there are differences among them, so it is useful to use both. These examples show perfectly that sometimes two applications make a better job than just one. ...continue reading
First of all, here is my presentation, again.