05-18-2017 04:01 PM - edited 05-18-2017 04:13 PM
Quick question: for everyone - what websites do you visit the most for breaking news or just useful information that you can use in your classes?
Any ideas on this? @jbutler, @Kirt_Shineman, @Julie_Simanski, @debra_white, @Greg_Smith, @Ron_Hochstatter, @angela_blais, @jpisaacs, @BrittanyH, @Russellm, or @JulieMayberry, @Chantele_Carr, @amber_reinhart?
05-24-2017 05:15 PM
I've recently become a Twitter geek, so I'm amazed at how much info I've been finding in news headlines of various sources such as Time, Newsweek, Psychology Today, USA Today, etc. If I find something I like, I just send the link to my email address and try to open it up in class. Twitter is a great medium to grab the headlines of everything that's going on within a relatively short period of time.
05-25-2017 01:45 PM
Ha - I do the same thing: find an article I'm interested in and then email it to myself.
Since you're into Twitter, have you looked at "Twitter Moments"? I check it (as well as other news sources) every day. Great way to see what people are talking about.
But does anyone have a specific news source that consistently provides articles/posts that they find they can use in class?