by Gloria McMillan TAA) Would you like to supply a bit of biographical detail for this interview? Anything that you think we should know about you? I grew up in Eastern.
[private] Q: Our topic today, electronic publishing, covers a lot of territory. What are the parameters of electronic publishing in higher education–from a very high-level perspective? A: There are two.
by George H. Clemes III When you meet Dave Sperling, creator of the popular web site “Dave’s ESL Cafe,” you’ll quickly realize that he is a man of passion. Dave is passionate.
by Michael P. Gerace David Petrie, who is a 50-year-old lecturer at the University of Verona and Chair of ALLSI (which, in English, is the Association of Foreign Language Lecturers.
by Jennifer Berkshire Michael Dubson has never thought of himself as an activist. An adjunct professor of English at several Boston-area colleges, Dubson feels more at home in front of.
by Chris Cumo Peter Temes received his B.A. in literature and philosophy at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1988. After graduation he attended Columbia University, where.