Monthly Archives: May 2011

Globalization Starts at Home?

The topic of Globalization has come up recently, and I wanted bring some of my past experiences to the conversational table (since I don’t want to waste my experiences teaching the nuances of sociolinguistic reality to Penn State undergrads). I … Continue reading

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Happy Thoughts from JAWS Camp

Last week, I attended a very intense two-day JAWS screenreader hands on training session provided by Freedom Scientific, the maker of JAWS and other related products. As one might expect, this was a very intense session, but also invaluable for … Continue reading

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