The UK homeschooling:
The USA homeschooling:
This is a collection of resources I find relevant to my own creative practice concerning Glitch Art. It’s by no means complete or exhaustive, and sadly, though I am trying to include as many relevant and important figures as possible, it will be impossible for me to include them all. I will do my best to continuously update reorganize and revise this list as time goes on. Feel free to contact me regarding missing entries, questionable inclusions, or for the sake of talking about any of the items listed here.
6. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/general/ – (General\business English)
7. Open2Studies short little video course on writing for the web
8. Dr. Jakob Nielson’s work on writing for the web
You must scroll down to see the contents of this guide and click “Next” at bottom of page to see the entire guide.
10. Free Online Dictionary: http://dictionary.reference.com/
11. Also: http://www.merriam-webster.com/
12. A self-paced program of videos and exercises for learning English grammar:
Online Tools that you can use:
3) Free online Grammar, spelling, proofreading checker: http://www.paperrater.com/
4) To check for plagiarism: http://www.plagaware.com
5) You can use a lot of tools to build your own journal:
d. Google Doc
e. MS Word
6) Free Mind mapping software: http://www.xmind.net/
Other useful links:
· The BBC does a good site for Learning English: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/language/
· Business English: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/business/talkingbusiness/
· Purdue Online Writing Lab has good resources for English as a second Language Students (ESL) – Click on the Navigation panel on the left-hand side of the website page to see the full menu: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/974/2/
It’s well known that human is someone belonging to socium and having arrangements, conceptions and so on common for all humans. But the question (my question) is if human must be a biological individuum or not? Neil Badmington’s discourse involves ideas that humans are those who have souls and have relation to the conception of life. But at this point we meet other dilemmas associated with transhumanistic ideas, the problem of cybernetic organisms and probably future possibility of saving individual consciousness.
So this is my position: the question of belonging to humans is still open and discussable, but a real human being must have at least 1) individual personality; 2) individual DNA code, even it is saved not in biological data carrier.
In this occasion with some genetic engineering operations we potentially can make from this set a readily nice human being in any conditions enabling )
Technological Determinism, the basic ideas of which are described in the D.Chandler’s book: ( http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/tecdet/tecdet.html ) means explaining all social processes through the influence of technology. As for me I agree with this point in general view. Surely people, their mode of life and even thoughts depends on the technological level very much. People even started to build families and have children having met one another in the web! And who will say that there is no influence from the technology? ))
At the same time technology is a product on human’s mind and activity, so I think it is humanitaran thing as well. people make technology products for themselves an put there part of their soul.
So technology is not some evil spoiling “pure’ human’s life. technology, from this point, is a part of human nature and is under human’s influence as well.