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Read the Front Page of 873 Newspapers From 87 Countries for Free

Newseum is a free website that allows  you to read the front page of  873 newspapers (including other country newspapers) for free. The front pages are high quality images from the actual newspaper or you can read them as  PDFs, … Continue reading

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Facebook app that lets you create flashcards

I recently came across a Facebook app called Q-Kards. It’s a simple flashcard app that allows you to create flashcards (for any topic like learning a language or text vocab) to help you memorize information. You can share your cards … Continue reading

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Productive Scholar: PULSe and Lynda.com

PULSe – the Princeton University Learning Series is a new IT learning opportunity that supports many of the technologies OIT makes available.  Faculty, staff, and students – anyone with a Princeton netID – can participate in the live Friday afternoon … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Research and Writing on the iPad with Will Howarth

Will Howarth, Professor Emeritus of English at Princeton, spoke to a large Lunch ‘n Learn audience on February 16 about how he uses his iPad as an essential companion to reading, writing, research and travel.
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Lunch & Learn: New tools for writing with Professor Emeritus Will Howarth and Jon Edwards

Scrivener, an innovative software package for writers, was the topic of last week’s Lunch ‘n Learn, led jointly by Professor Will Howarth, Professor Emeritus of English at Princeton, and Jon Edwards . . .
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