Support your ESOL students using Microsoft Presentation Translator

Download the FREE Microsoft Powerpoint add in from Microsoft Garage. "Presentation Translator is an Office add-in for PowerPoint that enables presenters to display live, translated subtitles. As you speak, the add-in allows you to display subtitles directly on your PowerPoint presentation in any one of more than 60 supported text languages. Additionally, up to 500 audience … Continue reading Support your ESOL students using Microsoft Presentation Translator

If you are learning a new language, try Duolingo

Duolingo is the free science-based language education platform that has organically become the most popular way to learn languages online. - DuoLingo Winning "iPhone app of the year 2013" and "Google's best of the best 2013 & 2014" Duolingo is a hugely popular way to learn a new language, with over 120 millions users. Sign … Continue reading If you are learning a new language, try Duolingo

Proof read your writing with Grammarly

Use Grammarly to scan your writing before you share it, check it out at https://app.grammarly.com. Spelling and grammar checks have come along way since Microsoft word introduced them. Grammarly offers you an alternative method of proofreading. "Grammarly's writing app makes sure everything you type is easy to read, effective, and mistake-free. As you type, Grammarly checks your … Continue reading Proof read your writing with Grammarly

For simple referencing, use Cite This For Me

Check out Cite This For me (@citethisforme) at http://www.citethisforme.com/ or download the app for your smart phone.   Sign up for a free account, via your Google, Facebook account or via your email address. The free account only allows you to work on the bibliography live, to save your bibliography you will require a premium account. However, … Continue reading For simple referencing, use Cite This For Me