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Annotations allows you to:

  • See what your friends are reading.
  • Keep track of what you’ve read and what you’d like to read.
  • Get great book recommendations from people you know.
  • Form a book club, answer book trivia, collect your favorite quotes.
  • Can be great for kids to interact and read together even when they are not together in the classroom!!


    Shakespeare and the Web attempts to do two things:

    1. To be an annotated guide to the scholarly Shakespeare resources available on the Internet.   Usefulness to students (in the broadest sense) is most often the guiding principle.

    2. To present unique Shakespeare material unavailable elsewhere

  is a great resource for teachers of any subject area. It has great ways to improve your curriculum. There are also great videos with scholars in your subject area to help you in many different ways!


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