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Maria Velkova

on 22 April 2010

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News Textbooks Entertainment Friends Browsing University The evolution of learning... My E-Library contains different sourses... The main search engine I use I use Google to find most of my personal learning resourses. It is my unlimited digital library. One sourse I use often is the Student Consult website. Here I can find all my textbooks on-line. From Reuters UK, I read up on the latest science and health news From the New York Times, I learn about current issues conserning the Tristate Area. .this is where my parents live and I like learning about what is going on around them when I am away. My favorite and most inspiring website I visit every day is TED. Here I watch lectures about innovative ideas. There are topics from science to music and they all enritch my knowledge. If anything in the news grabs my attention, I read about it in New Scientist, where I can also watch videos about very interesting science topics Facebook has become one of the most visited websites. Its huge network ability allows me to learn about topics which my friends post. Links to different news stories, groups which support different ideologies and simply messages with which I communicate with my friends help me learn about what they are interested, but also to share what interests me. My E-bookshelve
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