For Journalism students & teachers: Check out @mediagazer

Check out @mediagazer, which is like Techmeme, but for content industries/journalism: https://t.co/7nWaAKglCe — Techmeme (@Techmeme) September 24, 2021

DC: This article has a much wider audience than you might think!

We Wondered If NFTs Could Change Education, So We Decided to Sell This Article on the Blockchain — from edsurge.com by Jeffrey R. Young Excerpts: These […]

The Importance of Curiosity and Tension to Storytelling [Emunds]

The Importance of Curiosity and Tension to Storytelling — from janefriedman.com by Stefan Emunds Today’s post is excerpted from The Eight Crafts of Writing by Stefan Emunds (@StefanEmunds). Excerpt: […]

For the budding writers out there — some Tweets from David Perell

Read to collect the dots, write to connect them pic.twitter.com/YbgnKKFUNn — David Perell (@david_perell) July 5, 2021   For years, I dreamed of building a […]

Materials writing news and views, July 2021

Euros over. Wimbledon over. Olympics coming up! New releases Some more Primary teacher books from Michelle Worgan: Emily Bryson is running a course on engaging […]

What is Book Creator and How Can Educators Use It? [Ofgang]

What is Book Creator and How Can Educators Use It? — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang  Excerpt: Book Creator is a free tool that allows […]

Materials Writing News and Views, May 2021

Busy, busy! Will breeze through some happenings since the last update in March. New releases This from Afshin Vatandoost – a new general English coursebook […]

Get published! Working with Peachey Publications

It’s about time I did more than just praise Nik Peachey on LinkedIn and in Twitter posts! Another six months has passed, the royalties from […]

Materials writing news and views, March 2021

Mostly new releases, plus references to Premier League sticker albums… New releases English Code – Mary Roulston. Dinosaur on the front cover, win. Cambridge Primary […]

Materials Development Task 11: Future-proofing

Think… Have you ever created a resource that aged quickly? What aspects/features of a published resource might make it more susceptible to ‘ageing’? How could […]

Materials Development Task 3: Images

This is a new series of blog posts for teachers looking to become materials writers. It aims to help future writers explore topics and issues […]

Materials Development Task 1: absence and presence

This is a new series of blog posts for teachers looking to become materials writers. It aims to help future writers explore topics and issues […]

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