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Guest Blogger: Creating a Fun Digital Learning Day in the Classroom

From time to time, I like having a guest blogger come to TechCommGeekMom to provide a different perspective than mine on tech comm, m-learning and e-learning. This week, newcomer Allie Cooper provides her view on m-learning in the classroom. Enjoy! … Continue reading

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Follow-up: Where have all the adverbs gone? And how did they go?

This came to me by way of the Chicago Manual of Style Facebook feed. I’m not going insane–adverbs are declining, enough so that there’s a whole article in The Guardian from last fall! Read the article here: Where have all … Continue reading

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What have you got against adverbs? What did they ever do to you?

I’ve noticed a disturbing trend that seems to be happening in the English language–at least in American English. Every time I heard this mistake, I cringe and wonder why it’s happening. Evidently, people are not using adverbs correctly anymore. I … Continue reading

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Is English an International Language? – Part 2

Earlier this year, I was asked by the STC-PMC to write a two-part article about the differences and similarities between American and British English.  Part 1 was published in February.  Today, I happily saw that the second part was published in the … Continue reading

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What Margaret Thatcher brought to the women of Tech Comm

Today, the world lost one of the most impactful figures in international politics. Baroness Margaret Thatcher, the former Prime Minister of Britain, passed away after a stroke at the age of 87.  I’ve been watching the BBC News coverage for … Continue reading

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Is English an International Language? – Part 1

I mentioned a while ago that I had several writing projects that were coming up, and the first of them is now published! I was asked by the STC-PMC to write a two-part article about the differences and similarities between … Continue reading

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Golden rules of content for 2013! | Tech-Tav

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Danielle M. Villegas‘s insight: Miriam Lottner, technical communicator extraordinaire from Tech-Tav Documentation Ltd., has written an excellent compilation of technical communications tips from various technical communicators from around the world. There … Continue reading

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