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Tag Archives: English
In partnership with the Affordable Learning Georgia initiative, the University of North Georgia Press offers a number of free digital textbooks. Most of the free digital textbooks include a Creative Commons license that allows them to be uploaded to iCollege … Continue reading
I found a wonderful book yesterday, The Anglo Files LN 5 DA589.4 .L93 2008 by American journalist Sarah Lyall about her experience with British culture and language. She married a man from Great Britain and her take on British culture … Continue reading
The Library had an unusual visitor yesterday. One of the plaza pigeons decided to check out the library and for about 45 minutes our circulation and facilities staff struggled to catch the bird. It was quite unusual to see … Continue reading
Today is Friday and I want to write about something fun. I’ve been thinking about nick names in my family and how that relates to southern culture and to Anglo-American culture.
The library has a new dean, Dr. Nancy (Nan) Seamons. When asked by a graduate student yesterday, “What’s new in the library?” I replied, “We have a new dean.” Some may wonder, what is a dean? Well here is the answer … Continue reading
I recently had a consultation with an Applied Linguistics doctoral student that gave me an “a ha!” moment. The topic was English language education in Vietnam.