These days, stories are not just for parents with children or journalists with readers. Good teachers have always known the power of stories in the classroom. Stories often hold a strange and magical quality that can interest and engage learners in a way that few other materials and methods have. While the telling of stories […]
For those that are not in the know, I have been working on a side project at home. I am currently writing and will be producing a short animated film based on the classic story of Snow White.
As you may not know, I am an old audio engineer and radio announcer, so I do know a bit about audio etc. But I remember reading something about the Text to Speech Utility in Captivate. So, I was mucking around the other day with my copy of Adobe Captivate 4 to give it a […]
October 16 is a special day. Though rarely celebrated outside the confines of grammar school classrooms or public libraries, Dictionary Day commemorates the birthday of American lexicographer Noah Webster, born October 16, 1758. I am not sure how long Dictionary Day has been around, but it appears we have been honoring good ol’ Mr. Webster […]