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Mar/Apr 2017: Features

Teaching Website Evaluation: The CRAAP Test and the Evolution of an Approach

Website evaluation is now a vital, lifelong learning skill, especially in this era of "alternative facts." Teaching it has been and remains a challenge that author Cara Berg has found California State University's CRAAP test (don't laugh!) well-suited for. Read on to learn from their experience.

TOOLS FOR LEARNING - Reaching Out to the World: Foreign Language (and ESL) Technologies

Learning a language in an age of collaborative technologies, such as are now available with video-based and other interactive, adaptive, and personalized learning platforms, has made for a different experience! If you grew up sitting in a high school language class, try some of the tools Victor reports on and you'll see!

Mar/Apr 2017: Product Reviews


EnglishCentral provides an online English conversation program.


Languagenut is a professional language support tool that helps create interactive multimedia or printable lessons to use either in ESL classrooms or with students learning a second language.


Passport is a world language learning environment based on a research platform that allows teachers to assign classwork and track and report student progress.

Mar/Apr 2017: Columns

THE NEW MEDIA CENTER–Integrating Technology Then … And Now: From Computer Lab to Design Flexibility

Integrating technology in education has been a catalyst for significantly repurposing the physical structure and programs of school media centers. Mary Alice queried some colleagues for help in looking back at the process during the past couple of decades to see how it has evolved and to see what works bestfor today and the future.

EDITOR'S NOTES: Communicating With the World and Each Other

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