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Evernote Review

Teachers are always told to give students both positive and negative feedback so that the student is not completely crushed but also knows that flaws exist.  I am going to be using a similar model while reviewing Evernote, a web-based … Continue reading

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The Ho-Ho-Kus Hermitage

Although this building and its history do not fit with my research topic, the Hermitage is still an important and central part of Ho-Ho-Kus. One of the oldest structures in the borough, the Hermitage was built in 1763 as a … Continue reading

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It’s Easy to Fail

Anybody could guess that historical research is hard.  I expected this project to be challenging but I didn’t realize that there is no correlation between time spent researching and success in finding useful information.  I am sure that my peers … Continue reading

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Liz Barto

My name is Liz Barto and I am a graduate student at William Paterson University.  I earned my B.S. from New York University in Secondary Social Studies Education in 2010.  After graduation I pursued a career in public education.  At … Continue reading

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