A remedy for annotating academic literature in Microsoft’s OneNote

OneNote offers an ideal way to consume academic literature with its draw-on-screen feature. Nonetheless, people sometimes eschew the product due to problems that arise as a result of the way OneNote embeds PDFs into its pages, as images, rather than document pages. Problems occur when a touchscreen user inadvertently moves the page image. If annotations…

Call for Proposals: Southeast Regional TESOL Conference 2019

Sunshine State TESOL of Florida (SSTESOL), a state affiliate of TESOL International Association, is hosting the Southeast Regional TESOL Conference 2019 in Orlando, Florida on November 5-9 at the DoubleTree by Hilton (across from the Universal Studios).[...]The strands to which the proposals are being submitted are: K-12, adult education/ESL, EAP/IEP, teacher education, technology, advocacy/policy, or…

English Speaking and Presenting: How to stop using filler words like ‘um’ and ‘uh’ in your speech — BroadyELT

Running through several practice runs is the best way to eliminate filler words from a presentation, but if you're someone who suffers from severe performance anxiety, that might not be enough. https://youtu.be/P9FBMNOxLHo This topic is relevant for almost all language users, especially when we present and speak in front of groups. [...]My additional personal tip:…

Slides that are Note-Taking App Friendly

The public speaking textbooks recommend presenters limit the number of slides to what's necessary, and with the advent of smartphone scanner technology that's more pertinent than ever. I just attended the TESOL 2019 International Conference and English Expo. Almost everyone was snapping photos and scanning the slides as they went by, myself included. What's more,…