Editorial: It used to be a Cinderella subject. Now, in a world that increasingly values people who can work across the physical and social sciences, geography’s all the rage
in my arms, Beloved, who were lost
from the start,
I don't even know what songs
would please you. I have given up trying
to recognize you in the surging wave of
the next moment. All the immense
images in me -- the far-off, deeply-felt
landscape, cities, towers, and bridges, and
unsuspected turns in the path,
and those powerful lands that were once
pulsing with the life of the gods--
all rise within me to mean
you, who forever elude me.
You, Beloved, who are all
the gardens I have ever gazed at,
JSTOR teaching resources (with way more Understanding Shakespeare!) — @joycevalenza http://t.co/xt5JXt04on NeverEndingSearch
Games and activities developed by Adam Edwards and Vanessa Hill to support teaching information literacy skills at Middlesex University.
Free Tour de France schools literacy pack and ten-minute story from 2014.
"My social media journey." http://t.co/MwPVZx8Gn3 http://t.co/C5G6zbF6M3
“A library doesn't deal in books or artefacts, it deals in thoughts and ideas.” - Phil Bradley en Phil Bradle… http://t.co/ulJPz2qr
Fakebook: Dr. Josef Mengele - http://t.co/uiyMIV5F
I'm excited to say that you can watch the brilliant @neilhimself & 11 other people (including me) read CORALINE here: http://t.co/j5FRNrUj