June 16, 2011
Linguistics Spotlight enables you to bookmark and/or share any content you read on the app.
When on the app page for an individual item of content -e.g. an article abstract, a blog post, a YouTube video, etc. – look for the Bookmark icon and/or Forwarding Arrow icon top-right.
If you bookmark an item, it will be added to your Reading List (accessible through the main menu).
When sharing an item, you will be given options to share via email, Facebook and Twitter.
June 15, 2011
Linguistics Spotlight provides you with a list of key societies, along with direct links to their websites.
June 15, 2011
Linguistics Spotlight provides you with free access to a series of publishing workshops, covering areas such as the peer review process, publishing your work online and offering advice for younger scholars.
June 14, 2011
Linguistics Spotlight enables you to create customized searches of:
- Wiley Online Library – search our state-of-the-art platform for the latest research as well as the deep archive of back issue content
- Google Scholar – keep track of recently published articles and books
- Google Syllabi Search – search the web for syllabi freely available on institutional websites (.edu, .ac.uk and .edu.au); perfect for developing teaching ideas and resources.
- Google News – read the latest relevant news from major media
- YouTube – find educational videos in your field
- Google Blogs – read what’s happening in your field across the blogosphere
The default search term is ‘linguistics’. Modify the search term to find more specific results.
To do so, simply tap ‘Edit Term’ at the top-right to change your search term. You can use quotation marks (“”) to conduct exact phrase searches as well as Boolean operators.
June 13, 2011
Linguistics Spotlight includes a customizable Google Syllabi Search tool to find syllabi freely available on institutional websites, perfect for generating teaching ideas.
June 10, 2011
There are many powerful resources and tools at your fingertips in Linguistics Spotlight, but we won’t have thought of everything!
You may wish to also follow the RSS feed for a favorite blog, website and/or publication and customize the app to your needs.
- Simply copy the RSS feed you want to add
- Go to ‘Add your Feed 1’ or ‘Add your Feed 2’
- Hit ‘Tap to set your feed’ and then paste your RSS feed and tap ‘OK’
If you wish to change your customized feed later, simply hit ‘Edit’ top-right and paste the new RSS feed.
June 9, 2011
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