The Reading Matrix FAQ List of Categories
- Is this a site for educators or learners?
Both. The Archives provide information that will be useful to educators and learners. Included here are premier resources for English Language Learners and Language Educators and Researchers. Some current topics include Associations, Bibliographic Citation Guides, Desktop References, Distance Learning, Foreign Languages, Issues in Education, Language Learning Resources, Literature, Publishers, Software, and Testing. The Archives also contain links to Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Grammar sites useful for students.
- How can I get involved in this site?
You can submit links to the Archives (Educators and Learners). Educators and Researchers can submit links to the Online Index .
- What is the Reading Matrix?
Our goal at The Reading Matrix is to offer a dynamic and innovative online forum for the exploration and discussion of the study and teaching of reading in both traditional academic and hypertextual environments like the World-Wide Web.
- What is the Journal?
The Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal is designed to serve as a peer-reviewed resource for college and university level teachers, reading specialists, teachers of composition and literature, curriculum consultants, teacher-researchers, and those integrating technology in the classroom. We encourage you to submit articles and reviews. See the site for more details.
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- How do I contact the site developers and editors?
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- What do the Interactive Lessons focus on?
These are online lessons designed to improve academic reading skills and comprehension, and vocabulary development.