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paul lowe

Technology Dictionary - 3 views

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    Our Technology Dictionary has over 14,000 technology and computer related terms. The Technology Dictionary consists of definitions of IT and computer terms including but not limited to programming Dictionary, software, hardware, operating systems, networking, mathematics, telecomunications, electronics, and more. The Technology Dictionary is based on the FOLDOC (The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing) compiled and maintained by Denis Howe. We add new definitions to our Dictionary daily, and if you want to contribute something, don't hesitate to contact us. If you like the site bookmark it and tell your friends about it.
Norma Moore

Yabla - Language Immersion - Learn Language with Authentic Videos - 88 views

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    Language Immersion Through Online Video The revolutionary way to immerse yourself in a foreign Language is here! Only Yabla Language immersion sites give you authentic television, music videos, drama, interviews, travel, and Yabla exclusive shoots from throughout the world. Our unique player technology is designed with Language learners in mind: Slow Play, Integrated Dictionaries, Listening Game, Dual Language Subtitles, and more.
Tricia Hunt

lingro: The coolest dictionary known to hombre! - 85 views

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      Lingro is really cool.  It takes any website or highlighted piece of text and makes every single word clickable.  Once you click on the word, it will tel you the definition in more than 11 lanugages!
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    A nice multilingual dictionary and translation site. Lots of extra tools, such as a website translator and file viewer. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/dictionary,+Culture+&+International+Projects
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    The coolest dictionary known to hombre!  Creates an interactive dictionary from what you are reading, text or web.  It remembers all the words you look up so that you can review later.
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    An online dictionary and translator - view on webpage through their web page viewer and every word becomes clickable to see a definition
Kalin Wilburn

Forvo: the pronunciation guide. All the words in the world pronounced by native speakers - 55 views

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    The thing that worries most non-specialists teaching language is pronouncing words correctly from a book. This is where Forvo is is priceless. Native speaker users and the site itself have uploaded audio clips of word for us non native speakers to copy. The site has 250+ language uploaded. I tested the Mandarin section, as I understand that, and it was faultless. An amazing resource. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/language%2C+Culture+%26+International+Projects
Trevor Cunningham

Word Sense - 140 views

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    Very powerful little JS dictionary/thesaurus tool which also displays word relationships as well as context. It offers dictionary learners deeper insight into the words they choose. Pass it on!
Stephanie Holt

The Rad New Words Added to the Dictionary in the 90s: Where Are They Now? - 24 views

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    From the Atlantic, a quick, instructive survey of established, passing, and redefined words, drawn largely (but not exclusively) from tech language.
Martin Burrett

Online Idiom Dictionary - 88 views

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    As a rule of thumb you want to have a lesson that's the Bee's knees. Psych yourself up with is idiom dictionary with over 5,000 entries. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/English
Martin Burrett

nciku - Online English Chinese Dictionary, Learn Chinese Mandarin Online - 19 views

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    A superb Mandarin-English dictionary site. Draw characters to input and search results have pictures. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Mandarin+&+Chinese+culture
Cüneyt Birkök

What is eType? | - 91 views

  • eType is your online multi-language language with translations and word substitutes to virtually any language in the world. eType is your writing guide that auto-completes your words as you type them, enabling you to type faster and boost your level of confidence in your writing. eType prevents you from making spelling mistakes before they happen and helps you select the best word choice possible – even if you are not writing in your native language.
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    a must have software
Roland Gesthuizen

Useful phrases in Klingon - 36 views

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    "A collection of useful phrases in Klingon, a constructed language created by the linguist Marc Okrand for the Star Trek films."
Teresa Ilgunas

Word Spy - 45 views

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    "The Word Lover's Guide to New Words"
Martin Burrett

Mandarin Tools - 61 views

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    I've been using this site for almost 10 years. It's not sophisticated, but it has a vast collect of Mandarin and Chinese cultural resource. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Mandarin+&+Chinese+culture
Greg Clinton

Phraseology: iPad App Basics | Wandering Academic - 149 views

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    Phraseology is an iPad writing app that breaks the mold by integrating language analytics, visual organization of paragraphs, and a well-thought-out partnership with Terminology, a semantic language/thesaurus app. This would be really useful for student writers because it does more than just provide a clean interface for writing, it gives them tools to improve their drafts.
Steve Ransom

6 Chrome Extensions for Students « Kyle B. Pace - 7 views

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    The Read & Write for Google Docs extension would be great for ELLs. You could even screen record it with highlights to support learning.
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    I passed this on to my Special Edu teachers simply for Read & Write. Great extension!
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    Super! I think how it highlights words, has a picture dictionary and audio pronunciation of words/vocabulary, translation feature... offers a great deal in support of reading and dictionary.
Clint Balsar

Many US schools adding iPads, trimming textbooks - Yahoo! Finance - 4 views

  • The trend has not been limited to wealthy suburban districts. New York City, Chicago and many other urban districts also are buying large numbers of iPads.The iPads generally cost districts between $500 and $600, depending on what accessories and service plans are purchased.By comparison, Brookfield High in Connecticut estimates it spends at least that much yearly on every student's textbooks, not including graphing calculators, dictionaries and other accessories they can get on the iPads.
  • They include interactive programs to demonstrate problem-solving in math, scratchpad features for note-taking and bookmarking, the ability to immediately send quizzes and homework to teachers, and the chance to view videos or tutorials on everything from important historical events to learning foreign languages.They're especially popular in special education services, for children with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities, and for those who learn best when something is explained with visual images, not just through talking.Some advocates also say the interactive nature of learning on an iPad comes naturally to many of today's students, who've grown up with electronic devices as part of their everyday world.
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    I find the price comparisons interesting.
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