Storyline Online: Audiobooks
Reading Rants! Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklists!
“Reading Rants, a website featuring out of the ordinary booklists for teens, has been an online presence since 1998. Written by Jennifer Hubert and designed by Andrew Mutch, Reading Rants has become a popular book review source for teenagers as well as their grown-ups. In May 2007, Andrew transformed the original website into an interactive blog, where teens can not only respond to Jen’s reviews but write their own. ” (thanx Andrew for sharing this one)
100 Essential Reads for the Lifelong Learner
“Whether you are just starting out in college or are a more experience learner with years under your belt, there is always more knowledge waiting to be discovered. One great way to do that is to read. This list provides 100 books to expand your knowledge and help you keep learning. From literature to non-fiction to history to biographies to science and the social sciences, there are books in this list to help you keep learning for life.”
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The History of the Internet in a Nutshell
“Here’s a brief history of the Internet, including important dates, people, projects, sites, and other information that should give you at least a partial picture of what this thing we call the Internet really is, and where it came from”
Write Your Own eBooks in the Browser with Acrobat.com
Feel like writing a book online….Mmmm I thought so… Well now you can and it will be compatible with all ebook readers.
New E-book: Learning / Work :: Turning work and lifelong learning inside out
In this book, 34 leading scholars from 10 countries challenge established understandings of lifelong learning and work, with several arguing that ‘work’ and ‘lifelong learning’ need to be ‘turned inside out’ through a rigorous critique of underlying social relations and practices so that we understand the power relations that shape learning/work possibilities. In various ways, all of the 25 chapters that make up this volume are infused with imaginings of alternative futures which prioritise social justice and sustainability for the majority in the world.
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